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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Invite a pro graphic artist to contribute logo/icon design [was: Conference call tomorrow]


Hi, :-)

Just a few questions, after having read Bernhard's reply in a separate thread:

1) Could one see a precise and comprehensive list of all the graphics
needed at the present time?

2) What set of standard tools do you want to work with? (Gimp and
Inkscape? Anything else?)

3) I saw your first drafts on the wiki [1]. Are your source files
downloadable anywhere?

4) Do you plan to keep source files in a revision control repository
of some kind?

5) Do you have any kind of team workflow established, described
somewhere so that an outsider can get into your rhythm easily?

6) Have you got any schedule figured out, with some completion deadlines?

7) Have you got a list of artwork team members, so that an outsider
can know exactly who he/she is collaborating with?

8) Is there a restricted panel of decision takers about
acceptance/non-acceptance?

I guess that someone willing to work with the team would probably want
to establish these things with clarity beforehand...

[1] http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Marketing/Ideas

David Nelson

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