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2013/2/21 klaus-jürgen weghorn ol <>

Am 20.02.2013 17:26, schrieb Daniel A. Rodriguez:
Hi, could you please take a look at this file

What do you think about? Is in spanish, I know, but generally speaking I
mean. The layout, the amount of info, etc.

Should this be an "official" marketing brochure?

A community one

If so my opinions to that:
The brochure is breaking the branding rules [1] (but no-one seems to
care of branding rules lately): You should not put the logo above

My bad, I'll fix that

I don't know if it is a good idea to use a voted out cover design.
The design of 4.0 web page (and of 4.0 documentation) leads to another
direction: black half circle with logo on it. But there was no design
(or marketing) decision about that, as I remember.

As is not an official brochure just thought could be a way to make
something different.


As some of us are getting older:
An 8pt font isn't really good to read for "old" men who don't want to
wear glasses ;-). You should use 11pt. And so you won't get so much text
but good information.
If you need the whole text you should not make a trifolder with letter
size but a short handout or bigger size.

So, as you are not the first saying this will assume a rework is needed

What about licensing, is that ok?

I'm not familiar with licensing but why don't you use the 3.0 [2]?


will take a look, :-)

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