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From Melissa Warnkin <missywarn...@yahoo.com.INVALID>
Subject Re: ACNA Presentation Template - Crunch
Date Sat, 21 Mar 2015 20:23:05 GMT
Thank you so much for your assistance, Dennis!
Can you guys please respond to his questions?!
Thank you so much!
~M

      From: Dennis E. Hamilton <dennis.hamilton@acm.org>
 To: dev@community.apache.org 
Cc: 'Melissa Warnkin' <missywarnkin@yahoo.com>; 'Nick Burch' <nick@apache.org>

 Sent: Saturday, March 21, 2015 3:11 PM
 Subject: RE: ACNA Presentation Template - Crunch
   
I am having a problem.

Because the background image in the ACEU14 set is all JPEG with no way to take it apart, I
looked at the others on SourceForge.  They each have problem, especially with the name and
location of the conference being bolted into the feather images as combined raster/JPEG images.

So I come back to the one from nick:

 1. The feather and typography about the conference are beautiful to me.

 2. It is designed for a dark background and that matters these days.

 3. The name of the conference is a slight problem because "North America" cannot fit in the
style used for "Europe".

THE KEY PROBLEM

There are three versions of the background, varying where the logo goes and some small details.

The problem is that the three versions are each single JPEG files.  That is, the 
logo, and other components of each background are not separable components.

WHAT I NEED

If Nick has original graphics in which these are separated, especially vector graphics except
for the building and overall background image that I will replace anyhow, I can move ahead
quickly.  

If not I am seriously stuck.  Morphing the jpegs directly strikes me as a Waiting to Fail. 
I would rather fail now, though I have no great Plan B.  And I love Nick's feather image.

 - Dennis

PS: "Hey, you know that simple change you wanted?  It turned to be extremely simple and it
is all done now."  -- No software developer, ever.

-----Original Message-----
From: Dennis E. Hamilton [mailto:dennis.hamilton@acm.org] 
Sent: Saturday, March 21, 2015 11:18
To: dev@community.apache.org
Cc: 'Melissa Warnkin'
Subject: RE: ACNA Presentation Template

I assume that is what I am working on.  I am adapting ACEU 2014 for ACNA 2015 as easily as
possible.

I assume that any IP issue is solved when the image is replaced.

I'm also assuming, based on silence, that this template was used and none had a problem with
it.

If there is a particular place to upload it, I need to know about that too.

 - Dennis



-----Original Message-----
From: shaposhnik@gmail.com [mailto:shaposhnik@gmail.com] On Behalf Of Roman Shaposhnik
Sent: Saturday, March 21, 2015 10:05
To: ComDev
Cc: Dennis Hamilton; Melissa Warnkin
Subject: Re: ACNA Presentation Template

Sorry for jumping into the discussion late, but is there a chance for
[semi-]official templates to be available for ACNA15?

Thanks,
Roman.

On Fri, Mar 20, 2015 at 12:46 PM, Andrea Pescetti <pescetti@apache.org> wrote:
> On 19/03/2015 Rich Bowen wrote:
>>
>>
>> http://templates.openoffice.org/en/search?search_api_views_fulltext=apachecon&sort_by=created&sort_order=ASC
>> and also
>> http://people.apache.org/~nick/NickTemplateACEU14.odp
>> Also, see
>> http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/community-dev/201411.mbox/browser
>> for discussion of the differences between the two, and the fact that,
>> apparently, one of them is 14MB, and what to do about it.
>
>
> The unusable (14MB or so) one is neither of the above. It had been
> graciously provided by the Linux Foundation to speakers.
>
> Community-produced OpenOffice templates that were actually used at
> conferences are the following:
>
> ApacheCon Europe 2012
> http://templates.openoffice.org/en/template/apachecon-europe-2012-presentation
>
> ApacheCon NA 2013
> http://templates.openoffice.org/en/template/apachecon-north-amaerica-2013
>
> ApacheCon EU 2014
> http://people.apache.org/~nick/NickTemplateACEU14.odp
> (this ought to have been uploaded to the Templates site too, but apparently
> Linux Foundation never clarified the terms of usage for some images that
> Nick included into it)
>
> By the way, we happen to be speaking about a specific sub-sub-issue where
> the Linux Foundation didn't do a great job, but ApacheCon Budapest was
> amazing, and they surely have a lot of merit for it!
>
> Regards,
>  Andrea.


  
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