Michael Banck wrote:
> Well, if the Debian swirl has a slightly different red than on the
> webpage, I guess we could live with that *for this specific application*
> The flyer has to be informative and interesting, not uber-professional
> and totally perfect in color.
Correct, the red will look a little bit different than on the screen,
same for green and blue. So what? There are different red's on the
screen for the swirl anyway.
> > Oh and another point: "Hand it over to a design studio and receive
> > four slides". And what do you think what kind of software this design
> > studio uses? Oh let me guess, non free one. I thought you wanted to
> > avoid that?
> hmm, good point there.
What's the good point? Because the final two stages still requires
non-free software, the first and second stages, which could be done
with Free Software, should be doged and made with non-free crap as well?
Sorry, but fail to understand that. I'm disappointed, stop bothering
me with such shit!
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