Difference between revisions of "Propaganda"

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This page documents to some degree the propaganda in [http://git.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/?p=public/csc-propaganda.git;a=summary csc-propaganda.git].
This is my attempt to collect and improve the CSC propaganda.
 
/users/propaganda/ is possibly going to be created, or something.
 
   
== Propaganda Flyer ==
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== Propaganda Flyer/Brochure ==
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We need a "why should you join the CSC" flier we can give out at events and put up
 
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Filename brochure.tex this is still under development, so jump in to the development effort and help flush it out.
a larger version as a poster.
 
   
 
== Posters ==
 
== Posters ==
We have a LaTeX template for making posters. Please put a copy of
 
all event posters in [SOME DIRECTORY] for archiving.
 
   
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We have a LaTeX template for making posters. An archival plan is pending, and by pending . If its for a talk follow the plan on [[Talk Archive]].
== Source materials ==
 
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== Letterhead ==
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We have a letterhead style and a template in the repo, its useful for writing formal club letters, and possibly could be adapted for mef proposals and such.
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== Logos ==
   
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There are two eps forms of the logo: one with the words Computer Science Club to the right, one without. Use them wherever the logo is appropriate. We might also
Logo, letterhead? Etc.
 
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keep a copy of the UW Logo here and an eps of a dalek if we can find a good one.

Revision as of 21:55, 4 August 2009

This page documents to some degree the propaganda in csc-propaganda.git.

Propaganda Flyer/Brochure

Filename brochure.tex this is still under development, so jump in to the development effort and help flush it out.

Posters

We have a LaTeX template for making posters. An archival plan is pending, and by pending . If its for a talk follow the plan on Talk Archive.

Letterhead

We have a letterhead style and a template in the repo, its useful for writing formal club letters, and possibly could be adapted for mef proposals and such.

Logos

There are two eps forms of the logo: one with the words Computer Science Club to the right, one without. Use them wherever the logo is appropriate. We might also keep a copy of the UW Logo here and an eps of a dalek if we can find a good one.