I had to do another assignment and the result is the very first community folder:
Fairphone_Community_Folder_150dpi.pdf (2.6 MB)
I hope you like it. If anyone is interested, I can share the sources. I used Scribus to compile the folder.
If someone else comes up with a folder, let’s collect them here.
“At the moment there are: […] (Android 7.1) […] Sibon (Android 7.1)” […]"
Isn’t that a bit premature?
Did you do without the official “Fairphone” lettering on purpose? I think when Fairphone gave us the Fairphone Community design, it included the official lettering for the word Fairphone all over (plus the Roboto font), so I wouldn’t be concernced there.
@paulakreuzer It was an assignment for my Geo Media Techniques class (that’s why the map is pictured so prominently. )
I don’t claim that everything is correct for this moment.
I don’t have any numbers to back my intuition, but it feels as if Ubuntu is more popular than Sailfish OS. I was ordering by (subjective) popularity.
No it’s not, but I couldn’t figure out, how I can tweak Scribus this way. Sure, Scribus is FLOSS, but comparing with Inkscape and GIMP, it doesn’t really outperform its proprietary counterpart (Adobe InDesign)…
You are completely right, I feel the same way. It was quite late already yesterday and I wrote the texts last. (~23h/24h)
@urs_lesse The Fairphone logo is not included in the Github repository. I would have needed a vector (svg) variant where I could change the colour. Also raster images don’t scale and look ugly when they are compressed. I had the social media icons as rasters ad first and they got some ugly artefacts at medium compression.
Hihi, I think we need an archeologist badge for you!
I happened to stumble upon it quite a while ago when I was actually looking for a high-resolution tiff or jpeg So I just remembered it now.
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