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Hi Cor,

Cor Nouws schrieb:
Hi Thorsten,

Thorsten Wilms wrote (24-11-10 13:15)

Already brought up on the design list, but as this sits well within the
overlap between marketing and (visual) design:

This should be seen and evaluated in combination with

I understand and appreciate that you look to the mission statement too,
when thinking about the logo, but - unless I really missed it ;-) - I do
not remember a request from the steering committee to change our mission
So as long as you use your mission discussion for inspiration, I think
it is great. But if you expect a sudden place on , that might be different.

If I understand Thorsten right, his aim is not the TDF mission statement you link to, but the LibreOffice community mission statement.

On the TDF page the mission is stated as "to facilitate the evolution of the [...] community into a new structure ... and co-ordinate activity across the community."

This is about the way TDF supports LibreOffice.

But our goals as community have not been defined by now - we just inherited them from OOo.

So it's a very valid point to brainstorm about our goals and the way we want to go as community - Thorsten didn't only ask for feedback with regards to the logo, but also for the general mission statement: <>

I'm very sorry, that I can't take part in this discussion more intensively, but there are other tasks with deadline (LibO 3.3 release) I think to be more important at the moment.

I'm sure even more community members will take part in this discussion, once the first stable release of LibO is ready...

Best regards


And apologies that I will not be very active in the discussion itself.
Just a matter of hard choices I have to make.

Kind regards,

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