Hi John, hi Thorsten :-)
On Sat, Nov 13, 2010 at 17:44, Thorsten Wilms <email@example.com> wrote:
I think such requests and specifications should be managed inside the
(The concept of a project-neutral online platform for managing assets,
requests for artwork/design, structured design processes ... has been
floating around and discussed at UDS a little bit.)
First of all, a big welcome to the list, and a very big thanks for
having responded to my contact-making.
During the marketing conference call on November 11, we discussed
bridge-building with Linux distributions, as well as the kind and
helpful responses we had from the Ubuntu Artwork group.
Speaking personally, but not in any kind of official capacity as
regards TDF, I hope that this is going to be just the start of a
long-lasting relationship between the LibreOffice community and
At the present time, there is still much organization work to be done
within TDF/LibO, and we will perhaps be able to respond to you more
meaningfully very soon.
I, for one, undertake to follow-up with you, John, Thorsten and the
Ubuntu Artwork project, in the very near future.
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