First: Sorry for the late response - I was busy playing with Inkscape
(which is a really great piece of software).
On Sun, 17 Jul 2005 23:38:28 +0200
roach <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Ouch! Way to complicated. Just make one without a DVD logo, that way
> CD users's can also use your cover if they want to.
Does it make sense designing a DVD cover for users with CDs? Sarge hasd
14 CDs last time I counted them.. that's a lot of covers even when
putting 3 or four into special DVD covers.
> > I've made another version, instead of the "DVD" text there is the
> > DVD logo from the Gartoon Icons.
> I'd love to see it, has it been posted yet?
I uploaded it yesterday. You can find it as ever on:
> > I know. But I don't know any text to put there :( You could suggest
> > some..
> Crumbs! That's a lot harder than I thought. I haven't been able to
> think up anything original. I'll have to get back to you about
I've had the idea of writing all the names of all packages on the back..
but that would be quite a lot.. some thousands of packages.
> Ideas I've had bouncing around in my head are URL's for any relivent
> FAQ pages, the debian-user list and MD5SUM hashes and how to use
Would be a possibility, but why write MD5 hashes there when the DVDs are
ready to use in the box? :)
> > Erm.. that is getting a little bit difficult as it wasn't made with
> > Gimp.. let's see how good the import filters are.
> If you don't mind I could also disassemble it on my side. It would
> help though, if you could tell me about any third party parts and the
> fonts used.
I could upload a incomplete file in Gimp format, processed by the Gimp
import filters if you are interested.