> I am interested in a sticker for replacing the M$ key in
> keyboards. Can somebody design a few?
If M$ Key == Windows_Button or M$== SuperButton
I'm on it.
Which key is that?
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I'm Manu Mannattil, currently an undergraduate (majoring in Physics)
at Indian Institute Of Technology Kanpur (http://www.iitk.ac.in). I'd
like to be a member of the Fedora Art Team. I have been using Fedora
for the past 4 years and I like the Fedora Artwork. I have experience
with GIMP (Very Advance), Inkscape (Intermediate) and oo.org
(Advance). I have been actively involved in the design team of the
magazine NERD. To see some of my work visit:
Greetings Design Team,
I would like to work with a designer to develop a one page, color,
printable 8.5x11 page that can be printed, folded and used to identify
and protect a downloaded and burned CD or DVD copy of Fedora. This
would be useful when pressed media is either unavailable or
inaccessible for any number of reasons. The audience I would like
write for and target is "family informal tech support providers."
Quite a bit of useful printed information can be provided about Linux,
Fedora and support resources on the sleeve along with check boxes or
spaces to write in what version is contained inside the sleeve.
One comparable sample comes from Ubuntu though I think a better
folding method can be used.
Larry Cafiero and I think this would be very useful but I am still
struggling to find the time to develop it myself and I didn't want to
wait any longer to see if anyone else is able and willing to help. I
look forward to speaking with someone about this.
We have a number of design-related (largely CSS) tickets for Fedora
Insight, but only one that has a specific scheduling window we need to
hit. Does anyone here...
(1) have CSS skills
(2) is free to be on IRC for an hour exactly 22.25 hours from now (2100
UTC) to do some CSS tweaking/consulting?
If so, please see
(However, F12 deliverables take priority, so if it's a choice between
working on those and working on this, please work on F12 stuff! I'm
looking at this as an opportunity for someone who can't currently pitch
in with F12 design deliverables to be able to chip in in a small but
very concrete way.)