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Hi :)
Now i have seen a bit more of this thread please ignore my previous post!  Just delete it don't 
even read it.  Sorry for the extra traffic :(  

I agree with Jean.  It's nice to have such a smart official brochure but 'local' versions such as 
Tim's (@KrackePress) would be great too.  Tim's is one that seems to have worked much better for me 
as it also looks quite eye-catching and "happy"
Regards from 
Tom :)  

From: Jean Weber <>
To: Kracked_P_P---webmaster <> 
Cc: "" <>; LibreO - Marketing Global 
Sent: Tuesday, 2 April 2013, 1:44
Subject: [libreoffice-marketing] Re: how it this brochure printed?

I agree with what I've quoted below. Let's see if we can make a variation of the brochure, or an 
alternative version, that's suitable for laser or inkjet printing. When I get home tomorrow from 
my latest travels, I'll look at the official brochure; I've not had a chance to do so yet. 

I think it's important to have both high-end and low-end materials available for volunteers to 
use. Some printing projects can be funded from organisations like Friends of OpenDocument, but 
being able to run off a few copies as needed greatly extends opportunities for marketing. 


On 02/04/2013, at 7:44, Kracked_P_P---webmaster <> wrote:

I want to have a brochure or template, or other marketing materials that is "approved" and 
"branded" that our local people can use.  We need to have marketing materials that can be use by 
local home/office printing systems.  We need materials that can be printed at 20 or 30 at a 
time, or the numbers that are going to be used for the person doing the local marketing.


We need marketing materials created by our design and marketing people that can be used my the 
local people who have little abilities or talents to design their own.  We need to have 
brochures and other documents that can be printed on home/office equipment that is available to 
the local users to market LibreOffice to the market that cannot afford the expense of high end 
printing or packages like MSO.


The reason I got involved with trying to update the brochure for LibreOffice, was to update it 
by nearly 2 years.  I wanted to have an officially approved and branded brochure and maybe other 
marketing items that the person could print or somehow buy on a low budget and hand out to their 
local market, be it college students or at a group of business people who want to be able to 
spend money on other things than renting MS Office products.  We need to have a collection of 
marketing documents, and "swag" designs that can be printed locally or ordered at an affordable 
price for people with smaller amounts of money to spend, like most people I know locally.

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