Rahul gave some feedback on my suggestions too . I'll continue to
do #3, #4 and #5 below on Mo's list if everyone is ok with .
Also, does a FUDCon needs to have only one 'official' poster design or
we can release more than one? I'd like one more to catch the local eye
here with more popular architectures here such as this one 
On Thu, Aug 4, 2011 at 4:14 PM, Suchakra <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Here is the latest FUDcon Pune poster:
>> I would like to find a volunteer to take charge on this and to do the
>> following with the design:
>> #1 Remove the rangoli patterns from the 4 corners of the design
>> #2 Lighten or remove the building design in the background so that the
>> text is more readable / contrasting with the background.
>> #3 Export it to PNG at 300 dpi and upload the PNG to
>> #4 Save the new SVG and upload it to
>> #5 Email this list with a pointer to your work at
>> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FUDCon:Pune_2011_poster so we can (1)
>> double-check it and (2) ask Kushal for his feedback.
>> The source SVG you will need to complete this task is located here:
>> You will need to install the following font to work with this design if
>> you haven't already (by Fedora package name):
>> aajohan-comfortaa-fonts *(yum install aajohan-comfortaa-fonts)
>> Let me know (right here, on list) if you're up for taking this on,
> Hi, I am up for this task as I'm back again from a bout of illness.
> Also here is my feedback for the discussion that has being going on
> for designs related to FUDCon Pune.
> * Henna design seems good on corners on poster (I'd remove it
> nevertheless if everyone dislikes) but is not advisable on T-shirts.
> Neither will a building look good on it.
> * The T-shirt ideas need some more love. I'd like to have a slogan at
> back with some simple design on front. I can create some mockups if
> * Mizmo's poster's seems perfect to me with most of the info present.
> I'll make some changes to it, share and if OKed by all, run some test
> prints here with a printer. I'd have loved the '0' in 2011 I did in
> the past versions to be present somewhere. It's mean a lot to us as
> its the 'spoked wheel' we have in our flag
> I'm happy that the logo with henna crown is accepted
> continue with banner designs from now on.
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