[FredLUG] Re: SFD2010 Flyer
ted.brunell at gmail.com
Thu Aug 5 18:49:58 EDT 2010
A new version has been uploaded (http://groups.google.com/group/
fredlug/web/SFD2010-v.2.svg). I got rid of all of the text about SFI
and added in more "what in it for me" verbiage. I tried changing the
Create, Connect, Celebrate the Day text, to something else, but
nothing seemed all that great.
Any suggestions - or should we leave it?
On Aug 2, 9:47 pm, Mark Walker <marw... at gmail.com> wrote:
> Wow, Ted. Attention-getting for sure; certainly a good thing.
> In the narrative, perhaps we might include something like: "See how
> FOSS can get you on social web sites, email, chat, and edit docs &
> photos. Talk with people who use FOSS & take home a free CD to try it
> for yourself." The part about Software Freedom International is
> important to us, but maybe working their name into the beginning, and
> removing all after "... in short, everywhere!" would provide more room
> for "what's in it for me" oriented material. Such as, along with
> "Come, Connect, Celebrate the day!" we could also have words like
> "Free Yourself," etc.
> I think our conversation in the SFD 2010 Slogan thread, about what our
> slogan should be, is relevant to this conversation about the poster.
> Those are just my thoughts, but this is not for me; I'm already sold
> on FOSS. If others feel it's good as is, and will present us the way
> we want to be shown, then it's good to go.
> On Aug 2, 6:50 pm, Ted Brunell <ted.brun... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Fellow FredLUGgers
> > I have uploaded a draft SFD 2010 flyer - named SFD2010.svg. Please take a
> > look and let me know of any suggestions/corrections that need to be made.
> > (http://groups.google.com/group/fredlug/web/SFD2010.svg)
> > It should open properly in Inkscape.
> > R/
> > Ted
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