Calligra needs designers

The guys Calligra (who say that the future is reflected in their office suite) need designers who are able to create compatible icons Oxygen, because apparently the recently released stable version 2.4, lacks a lot of them. The news comes to me from KDE Blog, where you can find more details and information about it.

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  1.   vicky said

    I have noticed that the icons in templates are not very nice.
    I wish I could help but I have less layout than this:

    Something that would be nice if they implemented is to be able to save in doc and docx formats. Although apparently it would take 100 hours of work and at the moment it is impossible.

  2.   Juan Carlos said

    It would be nice if the Calligra people get together with the LibreOffice people and make a very good suite. In the end, in addition to thousands of distros, we will end up having thousands of suites. Apache will also make OpenOffice 3.4 available shortly, and so we continue adding without unifying.

  3.   nonamed said

    a question, calligra is a fork of koffice, or is koffice that changed name, or how is the story?

    Thank you

    1.    commentator said

      I think it's more the former, although as far as I knew, all the koffice developers, except for the kword developer, are on Calligra.

    2.    Windóusico said

      If I remember correctly, they changed their name because the original project was rebuilt. They wanted to record that change.

  4.   Sigmund Walls said

    Just to support the proposal that calligra and libreoffice unify in a single project