[Scribus] Linux Format UK LGM 2006 Review
Tue Jul 11 17:40:25 CEST 2006
I am only talking about getting the message "en masse", and allowing others
to get a feel for, and understand what they can do with this, and other
software. Since the next version of Scribus is going to be big, and there
will be a lot of changes, we can get the word out another way. If we work
on doing a write up of Scribus (when the new version comes out), and work to
get the story into our local papers, then we could make a difference with no
costs. I am sure that there is a Tech section in all the local papers which
we can enter the story into.
If we wanted, we can have people do write ups, and the best few write-ups
can be placed into the download section of the website where we can then
download and submit to the newspapers.
These are just thoughts, and I am not looking to start wars and such. I am
always thinking, and today, this is it.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave" <dave at lab6.com>
To: <scribus at nashi.altmuehlnet.de>
Sent: Tuesday, July 11, 2006 11:28 AM
Subject: Re: [Scribus] Linux Format UK LGM 2006 Review
> On 11/07/06, Tino Schwarze <scribus.lists at tisc.de> wrote:
>> And I
>> like the possibility of telling people: "You don't need an illegal
>> copy of xyz, use this free program instead."
> That seems to me just the same as what Nick was saying, just he wants
> to tell people en mass :-)
> I kinda agree with both of you - I think getting exposure in design
> magazine will be neccessary and excellent for the free design desktop,
> but I think money can be better spent elsewhere.
> To me, advertising is paying a cash premium for yourself to write just
> what you want shown in someone else's publication, while PR is paying
> a little in time & effort towards persuation for a journalist to write
> what they like about you in their publication.
> So if you want to publish glowing 'Ready for the big time!' messages
> in a design magazine before this is really the case, advertising is
> the way to go. But when it is really the case, journalists won't need
> much persuation! :-)
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