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Le 2010-11-02 14:39, drew a écrit :

Hi Andy,

I think it would be good to look at this in a limited way - which is
this, there would be good value in encouraging people to create these
targeted presentations, targeted to a usage, occupationally focused,
group, and created by individuals with solid experience in occupational
field. (education, medicine, build mailing ...)

I would not take that to mean that anyone would value less general use
presentations and would specifically encourage you to offer anything you
would want to produce. I know you have worked on some tri-fold style
pieces and in your case a general type LibreOffice presentation and
tri-fold brochure piece, ready for local printing (most folks can handle
5-10 pieces) would be IMO a huge contribution.



Actually, I would see Andrew's job more like the technical mentor of the group. Sometimes it is better to have a person who is not really entrenched in that particular activity and to shed new eyes on the problem. In essence, templating is often a way to simplify or to organize a regular/repetitive operation. Individuals like Andy would be an asset in that they may find a different route to the template's expected result.


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