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I find that the idea of "Green" is a buzz word of this generation.
If we use a green color in the "branding" of the visuals of the
marketing and maybe in the software "splash screen", it might
be remembered more often.

The costs of green paper is cheaper than using a lot of green
toner or ink for a printer.

I wonder if there could be a few places looked into by the
major players in the marketing teams to the local costs of
the larger items, like banners.  I bet it would cost a lot less
in the larger cities, than it does in a smaller one, like where I live.
It could be less with the postage from a city like New York City
or LA, shipped to my area of New York State [USA] than it would
cost me to have one made up at our best priced shop.  It could
be the same in the bigger cities of each country and shipped to
the smaller areas for local events of those regions of their
countries.  I know I would not want something to be shipped
from Europe to the USA, but within Germany, or France, or England?

On 02/13/2011 04:07 PM, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)

> From what other people have said i think that allowing some regional variation
would be a good plan.

3.  Slight variations give an impression of a community-led, creative and
dynamic organisation rather than excessively global corporate.

2.  Faster to create good displays more cheaply.

1.  Postage costs and time taken for deliveries could make a marketing box for
posters and paper-work fairly impractical - especially when considering posting
from one continent to another!  However, i think there are some items that would
be great to be able to share around to give LibreOffice an unexpected boost even
at some fairly small events.

Just my 2cents worth
Regards from
Tom :)

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