Opportunity: Promo banners for Kdenlive and Krita

Boudewijn Rempt boud at valdyas.org
Thu Mar 8 09:09:42 UTC 2018


On Thursday, 8 March 2018 10:05:34 CET Paul Brown wrote:

> > There are talks and workshops, in my experience no booths. No space where
> > you'd put up a promo banner, at least, I've never seen those: but I'd
> > still want one for Krita!
> 
> Absolutely. It is re-usable, so it makes total sense. It would've been good
> for FOSDEM, where they had the artist doing the Krita demo. Next year, then.

So, should I contact the artist? Or will someone else do that, or will they 
contact me?
> > LGM is extremely small, actually, and has been shrinking for some time.
> > It's not a place where people come to see you present your software
> > project (although that does happen, it's not encouraged), rather,
> > everyone is supposed to already know about most relevant projects, and
> > there's one introductory presentation called the "State of The Libre
> > Graphics Union" for which every project can submit some slides, usually
> > presented by a gimp/gegl developer.
> 
> Okay.
> 
> I have just told a faculty member at the School of Fine Arts of Málaga about
> the event, and he is going to see if they can organise a trip to Sevilla.
> They have also agreed to get in touch with other Fine Art schools from
> around Andalucía. If they get their act together, I will contact the
> organisation and see if, at least for one year, we can reverse that trend.

Oh, that's an excellent idea!



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Boudewijn Rempt | https://www.valdyas.org | https://www.krita.org





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