Gentoo Archives: gentoo-pr

From: Corey Shields <cshields@g.o>
To: gentoo-pr@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-pr] Presentation Templates
Date: Thu, 02 Dec 2004 21:04:54
In Reply to: [gentoo-pr] Presentation Templates by Sven Vermeulen
Here is the presentation we used this past LWE:



Sven Vermeulen wrote:

>Hi all, > >With Gentoo crowding events around the globe, some developers are asking for >pre-made presentations or presentation templates. Layouting presentations >isn't that difficult (graphical wizz's can make a very decent graphical >layout in a few hours given all the necessary artwork) but structuring is. > >One most-important template would be (imho) the presentation of a Gentoo >Project (sub)project. For instance, the Gentoo Installer Project would most >likely want to present the development efforts on the Gentoo Installer. >The Gentoo Documentation Project might want to cover the translation >efforts. The Gentoo Infrastructure Project might want to cover the website >redesign. > >To start off with a possible structure for this kind of presentation, I was >thinking on something along the following: > >1. Front >2. Overview >3. Introduction >4. Goals & Objectives >5. Development Process >6. Used Technologies >7. Current Status >8. Future Development >9. Q&A > >I've made an example with this structure and put it online at > > >This presentation covers the GDP Documentation Development. Brief and >without real further thinking (no real presentation that I've given) but >shows the idea. > >Do we want to persue this (template content) or should we focus on the >layout instead (i.e. trust developers that they have sufficient knowledge on >building presentations)? > >Same goes for handouts though. > > >
-- Corey Shields Gentoo Linux Infrastructure Team and Devrel Team Gentoo Foundation Board of Trustees -- gentoo-pr@g.o mailing list


Subject Author
Re: [gentoo-pr] Presentation Templates Sven Vermeulen <swift@g.o>