[Scribus] end-to-end publishing solution??

Matt Donnelly donnellymp
Wed Jan 31 16:12:57 CET 2007

Thanks, Maciej. Yes, I do need an account. Please send details.

Glad to see this project getting underway. I'll have a look at the wiki page
later in the day, but meanwhile, everyone who's interested please get
started adding ideas to the page.

This team spirit is why I choose to use Linux.


On 1/31/07, MaHan <ma_han2000 at yahoo.de> wrote:
> --- Matt Donnelly <donnellymp at gmail.com> wrote:
> <quoting>
> What can be done to get the ball rolling? Would it
> make sense to put upa wiki or something like that so
> the community can work on thinking this project
> through? I've never been involved in a project like
> this,and I'm not sure how this works, so your help (or
> anyone else's) would be appreciated. If someone can be
> the technical lead/project manager, I can supply the
> industry insider POV. The end result would be GPL,
> andI'm sure enterprising folks out there could make
> some money on sellingconsulting/services.
> </quoting>
> There already is a Scribus Wiki for things like that.
> I think, it would indeed make sense for all interested
> to start writing a draft and specify how the whole
> framework should work. I've just created an (empty)
> Wiki article for this purpose:
> http://wiki.scribus.net/index.php/Draft_of_end-to-end_publishing_solution
> Please let me know, if you need a Scribus wiki
> account.
> cheers
> Maciej
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