If i'm right TDF and LO are founded to go forward to the future and
improve the application.
In fact to do this and make a clean cut to our old history with OOo
I'm willing to "supervise" the new identity of LO.
I will not deny our sources to OOo but for the people out there and
ourselves should we take the application to the future.
This future is a new "design". In another mail we talked about a
themable application, this is one feature why the other opensource
applications. I like to do this in the same way (I can't code this but
I like to do the thinking and planning)
In the same time i' already working in my head on a new basic template
for the UI. It's a little bit crazy, for a new direction my idea could
be cool ( I'm not sure but I hope that it will be).
To explain myself a little bit: I like to take advantage of the whole
widescreen, they are nearly a lot more.
For my credentials look at my site: www.crazyhstudio.net
I studied 3 years graphic design for web and multimedia. In this time
I found my interest and love in UI.
For the moment I'm studying informatics. Both in Belgium.
I hope I made my idea and point clear if the are questions feel free
to shot them. I'm always open for criticism ;)
And please be nice, this is my first involvement in a real world project.
Mike (or on the web: Houbsi)
P.s. While rereading I found my love for the word "but" ;)
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