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I am posting a note from Ron Faile as well as a suggestion I had regarding reference cards. I thought this may be a good idea as extended help for some of our users.


Le 2011-01-04 23:05, Ron Faile a écrit :
> I've just uploaded an early example of a quick reference card for
> keyboard shortcuts that I've been working on to the docs dev page (in
> resources). I think that quick reference cards would be beneficial to
> many people in getting started with the program. I plan on them being
> two pages (printed front and back on a single sheet). And can be
> laminated if desired. Will let you know when I get a working copy to
> upload to the wiki.
> Ron

Hi Ron. This will be very appreciated. I can see marketing using this at conference booths.

I was also thinking that we could also have a reference card that could sit on a desktop shaped similarly to a "Toblerne" chocolate bar package.[1] There would be 3 faces with corresponding or affiliated menu items on each side. We could also have different renditions made up to suit different people's needs or interests (for new users; wordprocessing users; calc users; business oriented users; database users etc. )

If we could categorise these and advertise them on our site it may prove to be of help to some.

I will leave a copy of this post on the marketing list and see if anyone would be interested in picking up the idea. I will also make a note of this in the "ideas" section of marketing.[2] In this case, I don't think we could call this a promotional idea but more of a tool to the distro.

Could you also inform the marketing team when your reference card is completed?






I was wondering if anyone else had any comments or suggestons about this and if it is worthwhile.


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