[Scribus] Freedom Yug tutorial

Christoph Schäfer christoph-schaefer
Fri Sep 29 00:11:18 CEST 2006

Am Donnerstag, 28. September 2006 23:50 schrieb BandiPat:
> Craig Bradney wrote:
> > [...]
> > Thats not true. How many magazine reviews and other reviews and emails
> > have you missed to say it is not like you say it is.
> >
> >> Believe me when I say, I'm not trying to be rude or overly critical.
> >
> > Yes, you are, and getting on my nerves with the over criticism you
> > provide without reasonable reply or substance.
> >
> >> It's just a tutorial, in my thoughts, is meant to help teach and
> >> understand the correct use of something.  I don't believe this tutorial
> >> meets that criteria yet.
> >
> > It did before and it still does. Yes, it probably needs some more work,
> > but I'm standing up to Greg and saying thanks for taking the time and
> > making the enormous effort to convert this to the wiki and update it as
> > much as it is. Feel free to make a copy and dumb it down so my 2 year old
> > can use it.
> >
> > Craig
> =========
> Craig,
> I'll say again, I was not trying to be rude, but you certainly had a
> time with it, didn't you?  Catch you at a bad time, your time of the
> month or what with such a reply?  I must have gotten on your last nerve
> with my response.  Crikey mate, take a chill pill.
> And how many of those reviews did you read and understand?  Don't
> remember seeing one that spoke about how easy Scribus was to use, just
> that it was mostly capable of doing DTP.
> Niyam's tutorial was ineffective as is Greg's continuance or slight
> reworking of that same tutorial.  Sorry to be so blunt, but it's no
> reflection of the all the work either put into those tutorials.
> Certainly the time they put into those are appreciated by all, but if
> they are to be done, then why not do them correctly?  The only thing I
> can see that is dumbed down is your behavior acting like a 2 year old.
> bye,
> Pat

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and resolve all doubt.  (Abraham Lincoln)

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