Hi Cor, all,
(CC'ing Cor on his request)
Cor Nouws schrieb:
Recently I send a request for a banner for FOSDEM, next weekend.
But I just realised that I am not subscribed to the list, so pls cc me :-)
I would like to print a/some banner(s), but with vertical orientation.
It is my intention to hang them somewhere high in the area, close to our
After my first mail I received a friendly mail with a file, but I should
have been a bit more verbose about my ideas, request.
I've done a rough draft here:
#1 is clear.
...but boring ;-)
#1A: could be done with text in a curve?
Possibly, but I don't like it very much either - too less content IMHO.
#2: could also print just 2 or 3 default size papers en
bind them under each other
This might really be a great idea - and easily to create (you just need
strong paper and rings to combine them).
You would not be limited to 1 m height, but you could extend the line
depending on the space above the booth...
I like this design more than #1 or #1A, but I don't know about the scale
of your banner.
#3: the design from
So, that are ideas that are from complicated (#1A), to 'done right now'
What do you people think, are able to do?
I can't do tonight, perhaps tomorrow?
My idea is a set of 12 single A4 pages (landscape orientation)
11 containing the letters of L-I-B-R-E-O-F-F-I-C-E together with the new
MimeType icons, the last one should show the logo.
BTW... I need it Friday morning around 9:00 UTC ...
I don't know if anybody else could step in - this would be great!
As Thorsten requested the final version of the MimeType icons ready for
Friday too, I'm sorry that I think this task is more urgent...
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