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On Thu, 2012-03-15 at 16:26 +0100, klaus-jürgen weghorn ol wrote:
Hi Drew, *,
Am 15.03.2012 04:52, schrieb drew jensen:
On Wed, 2012-03-14 at 19:05 -0400, drew jensen wrote:

So that's it, if anyone wants to use it please do. If you would like
something changed, just ask..and if you could care less, no big deal.

Some thoughts (no critic):

Critiques are fine with me, I almost always learn something.

- Do we need three website addresses on a poster? Only a very few people 
will look immediately on the website after looking at the poster.

Not likely - for this draft I was trying to start from the 2011
poster..mostly so Tim would have something easy to edit.. hmm, sounds
like an excuse doesn't it 

- Maybe we (you) can make it some more like your cover for documentation 
[1]. Have you tried to make the green bar smaller and take the icons on 
the top of it?

... it's pretty darn close already :)

- Whom do we want to address with this poster?

General public - no specific demographic. 

The thought of this on a wall and the manuals on the table, with a
common look between them, was in my mind.

  Do we only want to address the people who will download or also that 
people who can/must get involved? There is no information about 
community's work and "Get involved" (except the link).

Good point.

- To get more space on the top we can try to put the logo in between the 
Motif like you can see it here [2]. (These are proposals for a roll-up 
(850mmx2000mm) for the CEBIT 2012.)

Yes - saw those before and saw the photos of the actual CeBit booth..

Well, I'll make another pass on this then.




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