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From Filip at Apache <fha...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Open Expo Zürich Booth [Re: Call for Participation for OpenExpo 2008 ...]
Date Wed, 17 Sep 2008 23:32:58 GMT
great looking brochure. the one thing I would change, is the ApacheCon 
piece, the ASF doesn't run the ApacheCon.
hopefully someone from the ApacheCon committee can fill in how we select 
a vendor for ApacheCon


Jeremias Maerki wrote:
> I had the flu and was quite busy otherwise lately, but finally I have a
> first version of the ASF brochure which I'd like some feedback on (and
> pointers to any typos I may have made). I've had to come up with some
> text on my own to fit everything in the cramped space. Since I'm not
> natively English speaking, there's a good chance that there's some
> suboptimal text in places. Other text I have copied from our website.
> I'm open for any comments. The goal is to have it ready by the end of
> the week so there's still a chance to print a few sheets for OpenExpo
> next week.
> I ended up doing this in XSL with FOP. Sadly, Scribus only got in my way
> but FOP was very cooperative. ;-)
> PDF: http://people.apache.org/~jeremias/asf/asf-brochure-en-up.pdf
> XML Source: http://people.apache.org/~jeremias/asf/asf-brochure-en.xml
> BTW, does anybody who is planning to come to OpenExpo on Wednesday have
> access to a decent color laser that he/she could print the brochures on
> once the thing is ready? I assume we probably don't need more than 30-40
> pieces (although I can always be wrong about that).
> On 02.09.2008 08:49:31 berndf wrote:
> <snip/>
>>> I'm open for additional ideas on the design. Another thing I'm thinking
>>> about doing is a A4-sized brochure (3-fold) with some basic information
>>> about the ASF: basic values, conferences, sponsoring information, maybe
>>> a project list... I want to do it at least in English but a German
>>> version would also be a good idea since the majority of visitor will be
>>> german-speaking. Bernd, if you want to take a stab at this, you're
>>> welcome. I thought about doing this in Scribus.
>> Yes, great idea. I could do the translation to German, no problem.
>>    Bernd
> Thanks!
> Jeremias Maerki
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