Subject: Re: NetBSD poster
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Bernd Sieker <email@example.com>
Date: 02/21/2003 20:33:56
On 21.02.03, 18:27:57, Thomas Runge wrote:
> My girl friend reworked our poster and I find it quite a
> big improvement over the "old" one.
> Please have a look at http://core.de/~coto/poster1.pdf and
> tell me (or her) what you think about it.
I'm not sure I understand what the squares acress the images mean, I
find them rather distracting.
Was there any particular reason for choosing such this red as the
background color? The predominant color on the NetBSD web site is blue
> One question from her: We need better/bigger pictures/photos
> if you want to print it on large scale printers. And yes, we
If the printer does a reasonable job of interpolation, I think the
resolution of the images is adaequate, at least up to A1.
> need a picture for the security-part. For some unknown
> reason, I don't feel comfortable with the blowfish for that ;)
I could imagine just having an image of a padlock, this has come to be
associated with "security", not only in https connections.
> So if anyone is willing to provide one of these, please do.
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-- Johan Ihren