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Hi Drew:

Le 2011-02-18 11:19, drew a écrit :
On Fri, 2011-02-18 at 10:17 -0500, drew wrote:
On Fri, 2011-02-18 at 09:54 -0500, Marc Paré wrote:
Le 2011-02-18 08:49, drew a écrit :

Ok - moving forward on the flyer's for the fund raiser.

Noticed that the Spanish translation for the challenge page was finished
and took the opportunity to generate the first draft of a Spanish flyer
- So. California, seems like appropriate.

As with the others, both the source file (ODT) and a pdf are on the wiki

BTW - Danial fixed a few typos - both files are now updated.



I tried a different format to see if it would look good with a b/w banner from our new banner wiki page. (Sorry, I changed the DE flyer to letter size just for testing purposes)

How does this look?

Also some notes about the flyers in general:

1. proportional spacing should not be used as this causes too many rivers in the text, text should be set at "flush-left"

2. The treatment of "euro", "euros", "Euro", "Euros" -- it was pointed out that the EU Community established the singular form as the monetary designation. So whether singular or plural it should always read "euro" or "Euro"

3. The treatment of numbers with decimal and thousand separators. There seems to be a mixed bag with no real consensus on its treatment. We should then go for the middle of the road approach and use a space for the thousand separator and the decimal point (period) for numbers. UNLESS you wish to do some up for N.America only, in this case the comma thousand seperator with the decimal point.

4. the QR graphic is too large. It should be reduced to fit the height of the last paragraph.



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