On 1 May 2012, at 09:35, Michael Meeks wrote: On Tue, 2012-05-01 at
00:19 +0100, Simon Phipps wrote:
== Call for Action ==
* Who would be willing to collaborate with me on this? * Is
there an upcoming event we can set as a goal so we have a target
(lat May-early June)? * Board: Will you give this scheme your
You have my moral support :-) though I can't invest time in this as
Would not expect you to! Although of course when you see local events
around your area that need copies of manuals or bundles of leaflets,
joining in would be great!
Wrt. the collaboration - what concretely do you need done ?
Three main areas:
* Preparing materials We already have the great manuals plus some
leaflet & banner designs, but each design needs some love to make it
work at a specific event. I've tried, and I really am not skilled
enough to work on them. I'd love to have one or more collaborators
who can maintain store-ready artwork that we can upload and order.
I'd also love someone to design us a table cloth that could be used
at table-top events. It would need out name and graphics along the
edges in particular, so they show when the cloth is draped over a
table. No idea how to get it manufactured, but I know where to ask
if there's someone with the graphic skills.
* Linking with an event When there's a local event that would
benefit from leaflets, manuals, t-shirts etc
* Sharing administration I'm notoriously distractable, so having a
collaborator here would be great too.
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