Le 2011-02-26 14:24, Marc Paré a écrit :
The Flyer needs to be reworked as we have reached the goal of 50 000. I
just updated the text as suggested text for the rework. We just need to
cooperate and work it out.
Some of other members from NL groups were interested in the last flyer
and were hoping to translate it but it is no longer appropriate to use it.
The NEW version is on the LEFT and the OLD version is on the RIGHT (the
version on the right is the one being used at the SCALE conference this
Sorry for the confusion.
Could you and others lend a hand at the text?
Thanks for the text Carl. I have updated the flyer text. Comments?
More editing? Changes?
NOTE 1: Remember, the flyer is made to print on regular white stock
paper and cut in half.
NOTE 2:I have put in bold the 1st line of text on the right hand side of
the flyer. Does this look better than the plain text of the left side.
BANNER: Bernhard suggested that maybe the word "Challenge" in the banner
should be removed as we had reached our goal of 50 000 Euro. But Florian
has renamed the Challenge site description to "LibreOffice Fundraising
Challenge" as well as added the "Donate for the Foundation". Should we
modify the banner as well? I wanted to keep the wording as close to the
details on the Challenge website. But we could always change the wording
if we think that something else would work better. We could also have a
banner on the right hand side with different text. I can re-work the
.svg file wording easily.
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