Re: Covers for 2004 Pt. I
On Sat, May 15, 2004 at 08:54:24PM +0200, Sven Hoexter wrote:
> On Sat, May 15, 2004 at 08:05:03PM +0200, Lennart Droste wrote:
> > Hey there gang,
> > so I've been in the lab - literally - and did my first quartett of covers. The
> > current sets have been heavily changed from my previous ideas. I did avoid to
> > use black as a background - I didn't know about the recent deaths of two debian
> > programmers - and I don't want to raise any sad feelings or thoughfull
> > connections with the covers.
> > http://lennart.droste.eu.org/debian/
> I realy like the idea of
yeah. That's really nice.
> but "Einzelfahrkarte" is misleading! You're allowed to use the CD more
> then once by definition the definition of free software.
"Dauerfahrkarte"? Or just "Fahrkarte"?
Also, I think we should mention some sort of version, like "Sarge-Beta",
or whatever it is going to be.
> Additional I think it's too much german for a frontcover that should
> attract people coming from different places accross Europe or even
> from the other side of the earth.
Well, it's alright to have the stuff pertaining to the Fahrkarte in
german, IMHO. The parts plotted in that matrix font should perhaps be
readable by others as well, though. How about replacing 'kostenlos' with
'0.00 EUR'? I'm not sure whether we want to deliever that message WRT
money. I don't know what we could do with the 'freiheit'. But in the
end, it's a german event. Instruction on the back side should be in
german and english, of course.
> And always keep in mind that you need quite some space for the
Wouldn't they fit on the dark grey part on the bottom? If not, we could
move that 'limited edition' stamp to the top-right corner perhaps?