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@Heiko, *

Not likely to make a hangout at the new time.

A bit concerned with the note in the minutes:
"* remove cmyk, gallery, html, palette, web"

See Regina's note regards "html" palette that these
named colors are actually standardized named colors from X11 - CSS - SVG,
and so are _keywords_.
We probably need to retain the html palette bundled.

The others can/should probably go...

Would agree that including Owen G.'s implementation of Wade P.'s generated
reference "color palette organized according to gray scale (a.k.a. gray
tone, or luminance contrast)".  Here is link to the resulting .soc,  a bit
underwhelming, but remember it is a technical test palette:

Bundling the KDE Breeze DE colors are fine, but isn't there similar HIG
color spec for GNOME or Apple.

Finally assuming no licensing issues add the FreieFarbe/FreeColour CIE-HLC
palette when provided as .soc,  lack of naming should not be a problem--just
strip out the names and use the HSL/RGB

Side bar--does the Color Picker UI need adjustment to better display the HSL
-- we provide an HSV (labeled as HSB)  not HSL--do we need both? Or should
the widget be reworked to accommodate HSL?

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