Hi Marc, Tom, all!
Am Mittwoch, den 27.04.2011, 09:30 -0400 schrieb Marc Paré:
If we can clear up the process and itemize it on a wiki page, then it is
to all our advantage.
So, I feel we should clarify (for LibreOffice/TDF materials or for any
materials looking for TDF official support/sanction):
* the design approval process for new elements as well as mention the
usage "rules" behind the pre-approved elements.
* the marketing approval process where we have an agreement to connect
with Italo so that he may have a look at the material before publication.
Once clarified, the process should then be noted on a wiki page
accessible to all wanting to contribute on both these counts.
Great ... I'm a bit sad that I'm unable to spend some time on that
today, so I added it to our "Design Team WhatWeNeed" list which already
waits for input by the different teams.
Just a remark - the page is not intended to collect work items, but
things we need to get the Design team in working mode, so to say. The
question how approves what ... is such an issue.
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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Re: Third Party Logs wiki page · Tom Davies
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