In principle someone inside the project has to chose the site and setup and affiliated account. Someone who understands the financial workings of opensuse project. Once that done we can contact our artists and see who is interested.
That would be rlihm or me and from my side sorry but no time.
my schedule looks so
working on generally marketing lin until the super collaboration day for marketing material arrives, nearly done for the motifes but ther waits a lot of more work
right now helping Andrew do the icons they are not made for smeegol and give it a little bit more openSUSE look
between the Christmas holidays I think to put all my time in the design for 11.4
there are still some things like the counter and banner they should be done next days
then I promised, michl when thats done to take care of motifes for the openSUSE shop. Still interested what the volunteers for the changing of the shop will do without some cool motifes
Hopfully, from my side is time for that in april
So I have really to make priorities what more important and thats still the distribution design and the marketing line. So sorry that I cant do that right now.
P.S. is always easy to talk about work others must do then
Writing some emails should be fine for me you find me on irc under ealin...
On 8 December 2010 23:47, Jos Poortvliet firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On Saturday 04 December 2010 21:51:31 Alin Marin Elena wrote:
here is a list of sites that do what I said
http://www.skinit.com/ http://www.istyles.com/ http://www.gelaskins.com http://www.infectious.com http://www.schtickers.com/ http://www.decalgirl.com
It will be great if anybody else knows other sites.
Like the idea. Initially we won't be able to get money from this, however, as we don't have a Foundation yet. But once we have this might be a source of revenue.
In the meantime, we could indeed get our artwork on there. I checked out a few sites and it seems it won't be hard to get artwork on there. So the question is mainly - is there someone who's interested in this, wants to drive it.
That means bugging artists to get artwork and uploading it to the sites...
On 29 November 2010 09:51, Alin Marin Elena email@example.com
Mine is a 13 inch macbook pro.... not too small not to big... it does the job and everybody is happy...
I suspect that one of the many sites that do skin crap... maybe allow the artists to upload their work and share the revenue... I was thinking maybe the opensuse-art,boosters,steering committee, marketing, pr or whatever is the name of the people "guilty" for promoting can associate the project with one of them... and get some small revenue for the project...
On Mon 29 Nov 2010 10:22:12 Javier Llorente wrote:
El Domingo, 28 de Noviembre de 2010 18:39:40 Alin Marin Elena
I have a macbook pro aluminium crap on which I run opensuse... Due to my usage the poor thing it is exposed to scratches... my wrist watch mainly... As I have no intention of getting rid of the mac, the watch or the habit, I decided to get a skin to protect the mac...
This is where I got an idea... It seems that there are plenty of websites that offer the possibility to skin your laptop. I was wondering if at project level we can "associate" in a way with one of them... The project provides official artwork to skin the device, we the supporters can buy it, for each bought the project gets back few shekels...
What do you think about? would be a good way to increase visibility of the project and maybe get some money for it too.
We would need to know the requirements (tos, type of image, size, etc) first.
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