[ubuntu-art] ubuntu-art Digest, Vol 65, Issue 17
raymond at karigon.net
Tue Nov 16 20:38:23 GMT 2010
Thanks for the link, didn't realise it was as open as that, I've been using Xara for as long as I've been on Ubuntu but have recently switched to Inkscape as Xara is loosing momemtum. I will definitely put up any posters I do.
Date: Tue, 16 Nov 2010 09:27:34 -0500
From: Martin Owens <doctormo at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [ubuntu-art] Ubuntu Posters for Zimbabwe
To: Discussion on Ubuntu artwork <ubuntu-art at lists.ubuntu.com>
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OK so there are no set requirements, but there are some good guidelines
You can download the sources to a lot of those posters and simply edit
them for your own use and redesign elements if you like. I like using
svg as it's the most flexible source format but it's up to you if you
like using Inkscape.
Once you've completed your poster, please do post it to spread ubuntu to
share the work. Also making sure to post your sources.
Best of Luck, Martin Owens
On Tue, 2010-11-16 at 15:33 +0200, Raymond Swart wrote:
> > Hi my name is Raymond Swart and I would like to set myself a personal
> > task of creating posters our loco team can use in Zimbabwe. I would
> > like
> > them to be as official as possible for a loco team. Please could I
> > have
> > guidelines/requirements etc so that I may begin work on this.
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