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On Mittwoch, 23. März 2016 21:09:54 CET toki wrote:
On 23/03/2016 16:51, Heiko Tietze wrote:
read critical to make sure that it's not too concise, not boring, and
that you can follow the argumentation.

Can you redo the charts in colour, rather than B&W.
Sure. But why? And what color?
The result is a personal conclusion that should be verified.

I didn't read the individual survey responses, but based upon what you
wrote there, and the comments that came up in discussing the survey, I
think the only change would be adding that documentation has not kept up
with changes to draw.
Args, I wanted to add this. Thanks for the reminder. Documentation is 
requested in the outlook section.

Also I suggest to left out the citations in the final publication.

If anything, the final publication needs to include a more
comprehensive, and more complete set of citations.
I'm afraid of making the post lengthy, more than it is. It also might be hard 
to find good citations. Most replies are just one-worders.

Whist it was obvious to me that the house plan from 1991 was not
originally created with LibO, I couldn't tell from either your report,
or from reading the blog it came from, if the new house plan was created
with LibO, or if the user thought that they should be able to recreate
the house plan using LibO.
This floor plan is one of the most complex vector drawing I found. According to 
Octavio's translation it is done in LibO. But even when not it would be 
possible. The idea is to illustrate our options - and that's one of the 
interesting use-cases.

Many thanks for carefully reading,
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