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On Sat, 2010-11-13 at 22:07 +0930, Michael Wheatland wrote:

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.

You have to differentiate between the Artwork Team (community) and the
Design Team (Canonical). What you *see* if you install Ubuntu is the
work of the Design Team, except for the icons.

Of course we talk with each other :)

Thorsten Wilms

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