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On Thu, 2011-02-17 at 15:02 -0500, Rob Cummings wrote:
It's really just an encoded URL to
I tested it with my phone and it appears to work Ok, but I encourage others
to test it as well before we print anything.

It will work on a screen or on printed material, as long as the
foreground/background contrast is sufficient for scanning.  That is,
scanners (phone cameras, really) may have difficulty reading a light gray QR
code on a white background.  Use caution when using colors as well.

hmmm - will do.

If you want to create or test QR codes, visit and poke around the links on the right side.

Outstanding - I'll take a look.


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