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Re: [Ambassadors] USB Live pen creator poster



On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 03:20:47PM +0200, Francesco Crippa wrote:
> ----- "Paul W. Frields" <stickster gmail com> wrote:
> > [...]
> > A few changes I'd suggest:
> > 
> > * Change the release number to "9" everywhere
> 
> samuele's working on "9 release" version of this poster, but for our next event (Saturday) we need a poster for last official fedora "stable release" (but we'll have also a live usb pen creator for 9 beta...)
> 
> > * Change the background theme to the new Fedora Waves, hopefully
> >   making it a bit darker so the poster is easier to read
> 
> yep, the same of previous point ;-)

Certainly -- this makes perfect sense.

> > * The text should read "You provide the pen. The rest is up to us."
> 
> +1
> 
> > Personally I think this is a fantastic effort.  And it's something
> > that Max and I have both been after -- the ability for someone to
> > walk
> > up to the boot and walk away with a working Fedora.
> 
> sounds like "self-service" usb creator... (I want it near my office coffee machine....)

Heh, I can think of many buildings I'd like to install these in. :-)

> > One more thing that might be worth extending the script for --
> > getting
> > the person to join the Project while they're there, personalizing
> > their Live USB pen in the process.
> 
> Maybe we can make space for different "usb" cables, each one with a different spin (gnome, kde, devel, etc...)
> 
> Right now this could be a bit expensive because you need a pc for each spin (Matteo's script doesn't support multi port yet), but it's not impossible ;-)

Or you could have input from a small USB number keypad with a legend
for the user.  Or this would be a great use for an EeePC-based kiosk!

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