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Hello and welcome to the wonderful people at the Ubuntu art team.

Firstly may I recognise the efforts that the whole Ubuntu community
has performed so well as to propel linux to the forefront of stable,
user friendly operating systems. I myself am a dedicated Ubuntu user,
that being the reason I joined up with the LibreOffice community.
Clearly there are very strong bonds between the communities which will
assist both Ubuntu and LibreOffice become one of, if not the primary
choice for desktop computers.

One thing that springs to mind immediately is the use of icon sets and
colour schemes in what has been and the way we could
significantly improve both operating system and LibreOffice
integration and consistancy by working together to ensure the
LibreOffice interface reflects the modern, professional operating
system that Ubuntu has become, largely due to the Ubuntu artwork
team's efforts.

I would be more than willing to contribute in any way I can with the
inclusion, integration and cooperation between Ubuntu and LibreOffice.
Could I suggest, being 'customers' of LibreOffice, the Ubuntu
community should have a discussion regarding the 'ideal outcome' of
this type of integration and the ways we could go about affecting this

Again, Welcome and thanks for your support.

Michael Wheatland

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