We have use at our release party a lot of swags, but mostly the people
are looking for such material that helps, and brings Fedora closer to
them. People loving one page sheets, including the release notes -
because these pages can be used in multiple places/ways. (I could give
and pin out too...) We have used a LOT, and also from the tri-fold
flyers too (but a little bit that outdated now). But there was an
problem, according to the sizes (lots of flyers design are in US
metrics, not EU standard), this is why we have to create all the times
(or pay extra at print shop for editing). That makes bit harder to
print them quickly and cheaper.
I think, we need different "action" posters, where we could put out
activities, and example icon from our suggestions. With this, we could
fetch the correct material, not just the 4F slogan in parts. I mean we
have show in big size that Fedora is much more versatile, and it has
real features that the others don't. For graphics target part we
already have awesome printable stuff, but I think we need similar for
developing, and such more - to grab attention.
PS: Can we have at least an new ninja contest for new flyers, printed
2011/6/29 Vinzenz Vietzke <vinz(a)fedoraproject.org>:
most of the Lovelock release parties are over. Now I'd like to collect
some feedback on materials you used, especially the ones the Fedora
Design Team produced. It would be great if some of you which held an
event could answer the following questions:
* Which material did you use?
(Posters, leaflets, business cards, CDs...)
* Did you create some of that things yourself? If so - why?
* Were there any things you wanted to use, but people at the event
didn't like it?
* Did you miss anything? What in detail?
* Any ideas for material which you didn't miss, but think it might
useful for your next event?
With your feed back I'm planning to work on the fedora design ticket 
for a release party kit for the next version of Fedora.
Thanks in advance for your help!
Coordination German L10N Team
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