Poster in svg

Martin Owens doctormo at
Mon Feb 4 16:16:12 GMT 2008

It's not a problem to voice ones feelings.

My only concern was that the title text looked too WordArt(tm) and was
off kilter. I've pretty much given up in trying to understand the
advertising targeting for this market since the market culture I'm
used to enjoyed subtle, intelligent and satirical advertising; and
utterly hates contrasending tones.

N8, could you make sure there is a space on the wiki (I think there
already is) for people to post different designs and posters.

We can decide which we want to give out or even do market research if required.

Best regards, Martin Owens

On 04/02/2008, Steve Pomeroy <steve at> wrote:
> I hope I'm not the only one who feels this way, but I think we can give
> ourselves a better image than the current poster circulating. I fear it
> feels too "free beer!" and too "end the war now!" for the average person
> to be interested in checking it out.
> I've got an alternate advertisement that I'm working on with the
> help of a professional graphics designer. I want this thing to not
> just catch attention, but also to give a clear message about what we
> are and what we can help people do. Stay tuned :-)
> -Steve
> On Sun, Feb 03, 2008 at 12:05:42PM -0500, Martin Owens wrote:
> > couple of changes I couldn't help, mostly with the way importing as
> > done from other sources.
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