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[steering-discuss] [REQUEST] Mailing list design@... for Design Team


Dear SC members,

this is a small request for discussion / acting :-)

Within the last days, the Marketing Team discussed to make better use of
mailing lists. Currently, the list "website@libreoffice.org" is used for
a variety of topics - including strategy, promotion, events
organization, artwork, branding, ... A bit too much, and it is unlikely
that this will change in the future.

Thus, I propose to set up the mailing list "design@libreoffice.org" for
the "LibreOffice Design Team" that will work on "Visual Design and
Artwork", amongst "User Experience Design".

This request is partly related to [1], "Future Project Structure" and
thus resulting in the request for decision.

A summary of the discussion, as well as the topics for the mailing
lists, can be found at [2].

Thanks in advance!
Christoph

[1] http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/TDF/Work_Items#general_Community

[2] http://go.mail-archive.com/5wDMxiqvPE-5NX1Wb4za_9O9t4s=


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[steering-discuss] Re: Mailing list design@... for Design TeamFlorian Effenberger <floeff@documentfoundation.org>
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