will do. for me it isn't mandatory, and in fact I only have one
requirement which is more out of the Impress scope: how it will look
when converted into PDF.
I'll see if I can help them out and maybe learn something from them :)
This template is actually for 'ickarus', something I want to donate
soon to Fedora Marketing and hopefully a startup point for
inter-distribution cooperation ;)
On Tue, 2010-06-29 at 14:49 -0700, Robyn Bergeron wrote:
You should talk with some of the design folks - they're planning on
taking this on, you could porbably help them out.
On 6/29/10, Nelson Marques <nmo.marques(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> I haven't filed a request and I had seen much work done in the past.
> And yes, I do agree with the previous reply about simplicity, the most
> important on a presentation is the balance and contrast. I've many
> presentations with very good graphical but displaying the contents very
> poorly, specially with low end beamers or beamers, anything bellow 3000
> lumens might become problematic in certain environments.
> Anyway, I'll scrap up a template based on Goddard work. I've talked in
> the past with Máirín, and I understand that they are overhelmed in some
> points. There's also a good template from GeroldKa.
> I'll send up mine once it's done. My skills with Impress are pretty
> low, but it's always a good time to learn.
> On Tue, 2010-06-29 at 13:50 -0700, Robyn Bergeron wrote:
>> I actually joined the design-team meeting today - they are going to
>> have a bi-weekly bounty to make a OO impress template /background /
>> standard fonts / etc. for this request.
>> On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 12:41 PM, Thomas Canniot
>> <thomas.canniot(a)mrtomlinux.org> wrote:
>> > Le 29/06/2010 17:37, Nelson Marques a écrit :
>> >> Hi,
>> >> By any means is there a Impress presentation model available
>> >> somewhere
>> >> for Fedora ?
>> >> Nelson.
>> > I'm not very sure one's need a template... the more slides get
>> > by irrelevant items (logos and so on), the less the message makes its
>> > way.
>> > Few words, light slides and a strong message. It should do the work :)
>> > May I suggest you a very good reading about presentation, Presentation
>> > Zen, by Garr Reynold.
>> > Best regards,
>> > Thomas
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