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On Sun, Feb 13, 2011 at 9:26 PM, Marc Paré <> wrote:

Le 2011-02-13 22:55, Jeff Chimene a écrit :

 Please review the marketing list archives on this topic. I've ordered two
banners on 10oz, vinyl. One banner is 5' x 2.5' . The other is 35" x 20".
The banner images are available on the wiki in PDF and SVG format  the
contemporary logo. They will be ready for the SCALE event later this
and available for subsequent events.

Hi Jeff

Are the banner images the same that Drew left on the Conference Kit wiki
page?[1] I thought these were the same.

The 6' (I mistakenly wrote 5') is one. I believe Drew also put the
associated SVG on the wiki. Please note that he produced two 6' banner
images. I ordered a banner using the contemporary logo.

I took the SVG for the contemporary banner and down-scaled it for the
smaller banner. I have the SVG and PDF on another computer. I'll put those
images on my UserTalk page and send you the link so that you can update the
Conference Kit page. To reiterate: the smaller banner was free (but for
shipping and some plastic doohickeys with which it will hang).

Could you have a quick look? If not, could you quote me the files so that I
can leave the as examples on the wiki page. Did you also get a vertical

Bernhard and I were discussing the layout of the vertical banner. I don't
think we reached a decision on the specific layout issues w/r/t spacing. In
brief, I didn't order a vertical banner.

Also, when you hang them at scale, could you take photos of them as well as
the booth layout and items. It would be nice to have all of this on our
Conference Kit wiki page.



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