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Hi Narayan!

Am Donnerstag, den 03.02.2011, 17:24 +0530 schrieb Narayan Aras:
I wanted to bring a designer strictly one time; only for the website
work (not on permanent basis). 

He would have done this as a big favor to me.

So I proposed that he should be doing his good deed and go his way,
but I could not have him judged.

He would have been a rescuer, not a supplicant. 

Well, I think Italo already outlined it quite well - anybody will
welcome any contribution as long as it fits in the broader picture. And
if not, others can simply pick the provided material and tweak it until
it fits. If we don't succeed, well, then there is a little chance that
it won't be used. But (as Mike outlined) it would better, if somebody
feels comfortable to work within a team and stays :-)

For example, we worked on the current icons and improved them
iteratively. Then a new stepped in and created some breathtaking icons
to fill the still existing gaps, and improved existing ones ... But, his
initial work didn't fit perfectly to our branding guidelines he wasn't
aware of. After mentioning that, he tweaked the icons again, and now all
the stuff gets included in LibreOffice 3.3.1. Personally, I'm more than
happy about that ([1]).

Narayan, why shouldn't this work if someone provides material either for
the website team, or within the design team? I think our documentation
is rather good to get an idea how the project "wants to look like".



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