[Scribus] a template directory?
Mon Aug 30 11:22:41 CEST 2004
On Monday 30 August 2004 06:55, Zhang Weiwu wrote:
> I think many people might have thought about this, perhaps it is already
> going on?
> That is, how about a open/free template directory? I myself after made
> some publications, would like to re-fill the publication with sample
> text and upload it under a free license for other people to re-use, also
> for myself to reuse. If the publications are non-confidiencial, perhaps
> I will simple upload any finished publications so others could modify it
> to fit his/her use. And we can hold "publication competition":)
> micros~1 Publisher [TM] is more welcome in the family/SOHO than other
> professional tools because it has good guide / template system, a SOHO
> use can simply select the one looks mostly like what he/she wish to do,
> and make a new one by modify it.
> Just an idea. I personally won't have time to setup a directory for
> scibus but if there is one I'll like to upload all my future works:)
Yes, this is most welcome and I encourage anyone to upload anything which
might be useful.
It is best to tar.gz or tar.bz if there are multiple files.
You can a: optionally add a link to your own personal site, or b: indicate
that you want them stored on www.scribus.org.uk
Perhaps we can think about a contest for best submissions...
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