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From Drew Jensen <>
Subject Re: University Student Promotional Flyer ( was: Re: Yet another flyer)
Date Mon, 09 Sep 2013 16:09:34 GMT

No the problem was I forgot my password and reset it, then I couldn't get
past the cpatcha - today, I'm it likely was fat fingers on my part.

As for where to put this stuff. I don't know, it doesn't do much good if
folks A) don't know it exists and B) don't actually hand them out.

I was thinking that as an example the university student flyer might be
worth a post to the social media sites something along the lines of:
Are you a university student? Do you use AOO? Would like to promote it? It
is as easy as taking this <> pdf file, printing a few copies and
distributing them on your campus, (school library, student union, etc).

That would be good for a one time push, then it's just a matter of having
this stuff reasonably easy to find for folks coming along later - but then
there lay the trick ;)


On Sun, Sep 8, 2013 at 1:41 PM, Andrea Pescetti <> wrote:

> On 04/09/2013 Drew Jensen wrote:
>> focus on an Individual university student / teaching aid / professor ...
>>   PDF
>> ODT
> It's a very nice improvement over the existing leaflet. And a good idea to
> have a few different types of leaflet (all as PDF and ODT) ready to use for
> different targets.
>  I tried to put this on confluence BTW, but am having problems logging on
> What kind of problems? If you used your old account for
> the cwiki, you must ask to change your e-mail
> address. Symptom: if you login, you cannot access content (not even read
> the pages available to unauthenticated visitors, let alone edit them).
>  So - If someone wants to move it to the cwiki, please do
> Can you suggest a specific page that your leaflets should be attached to?
> Regards,
>   Andrea.
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