InstallFest info sheet redesign

Martin Owens doctormo at
Thu Nov 15 14:14:25 GMT 2007

We just need to make sure any sheets, pullouts, forms, flyers etc are
in a) svg/odf as well as pdf for easy editing b) uploaded to the
toolbox section of the wiki c) organised in an easy to find way.

The sheet it's self looks good, It would be nice if someone could go
through the sheets in the toolbox and organise them all with a
description, I remember when I was looking for the windows to ubuntu
application comparison sheet and I still can't find it.

I'll try and put some time aside to look into the problem myself but
November is always very busy for me.

Best Regards, Martin Owens

On 15/11/2007, jw <cyb3rj at> wrote:
>  Caleb Marcus wrote:
>  We have an installfest data sheet on our wiki that we didn't really use
> last time, but I think if we're going to have a larger turnout at our next
> one, we should think about using a data sheet so we can be more organized.
> The one on our wiki is fine, but not particularly customized for us, and not
> very nice-looking, so I made a new one that I've attached. I've shown it to
> DPic, and he seemed to like it, but if you have any thoughts and/or
> suggestions, please email me. If we like it, I'll put it up on the Wiki.
>  I have personally been fonder of the matrix/table sort of sheet.  IMO, it
> keeps the information organized (question in left column, answers in right).
>  I suggest the following additions to the info list:
>  - type of CPU (32/64 bit -- Intel/AMD)
>  - Sound Hardware (if known)
>  Cheers!
>  __
>  John.
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