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To conclude the replies so far: Andrea's and Jan-Marek's approach to Draw is 
vector drawing in terms of flow charts like MS Visio, or yed [1]. Regina adds 
many more aspects so it would be more like Inkscape. With the competitor 
Calligra/Krita in mind we could also aim to address art work. And my idea was 
to offer the alternative of simplicity and "drop Draw as standalone tool" 
(read this as: put effort in the integration of drawing features into the 
primary apps). That was the reason for the most controversial question for 
"Simple outlines" and "embed drawings...". 


On Tuesday, 2 February 2016 18:58:57 CET Regina Henschel wrote:
"Simple outlines": The word "outline" is used for "document structure"
in Writer and is confusing here.

On Wednesday, 3 February 2016 12:18:58 CET kainz.a wrote:
It's an drawing programm for an office suite so the focus would be what do
you do in your office.

On Wednesday, 3 February 2016 11:54:49 CET Jan-Marek Glogowski wrote:
1. Bug 83360, which effected the result of our converted output
2. A much larger standard symbol set in Flow for technical diagrams

From my personal POV, which is of a non-user of these tool, LO probably
just needs an additional interface preset for Flow charts, ...

On Wednesday, 3 February 2016 06:36:51 CET Steve Edmonds wrote:
the survey goes to ... 
Well spotted. It forwards now to the LibO Design blog.
Is the question "What do you expect from Libreoffice Draw in the
future?" meant to cover "Where would you like to see improvements".
Yes, added for clarification.
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