Glad Someone feels like I do about printed gifts
They make a good manuals, picture story-guides or even 'hand-fans' at
events :). A lot of the geek talk get past the head with these regular
users sometimes that all it takes is a few minutes of looking through a
souvenir to reconnect and actually *DIY*! Nothing teaches better
than/Doing-It-Yourself/ at the end of the presentation.
Hey, Zoltan ... what's /Gobby??/
What have you done so far? Can I have a look? This could turn out to
be an essential Fedora People's tool. Is your work known to other
possible contributors ... like the Design Team, Fedora-Art /(Often
wondered the difference)/, and Ambassadors? I'm hearing about this for
the first time and I'm excited.
On 03/22/2011 06:00 PM, Zoltan Hoppar wrote:
We don't have such, but it's planned and a scratch POC (proof of
concept) are can be found at our marketing page. I'm glad that you
have you are looking for this, because I have already begun to build
that. However, I'm sure that I need one more hand, and I think we
should meet inside Gobby to design this and put together an POC. I
think the CD booklet is nice for 2 things. We could include to an
slim- or jewel CD-DVD case (or even slim DVD case), what is useful for
giving out info with our discs. I know these boxes are not really
cheap in huge amount, but for exclusive gift - can be awesome. Also if
we give out just the booklet alone, could be useful too.
So, are you with me? Can we push this cart forward together?
PS: we already begun to create printed material, so it's good time to
bring this up at our meeting - that we are on work on this.
PS2: There are huge amount of marketing stuff that needs some love,
last time I have also finished the USB live station stand poster.
2011/3/22 Onyeibo Oku<twohot(a)fedoraproject.org>:
> Hello Ambassadors,
> Just wondering if we have a booklet covering the basics of Fedora (in
> print). That will make a good 'hand-out' in Events.
> Something the size of A5 looks okay. -- OR -- an A3 colour printed material
> that folds down to A5 will also be cool.
> Do we have something like that? Where and how do I get some?
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