Most of our practice of cooking are currently works. For each of them, we progressively pile up elements in a directory
called iceberg, these are the things you see at the left side. The messages are the one we provide when we commit each
bunch of files at the different atomic stages of the project. On the right, the actual directories and files are waiting
for your curiosity.
— Merge branch 'master' of git.constantvzw.org:osp.work.cosic.rescue
— README! & do we have animated GIF support in our iceberg?
#!/bin/bash mkdir -p iceberg for i in `seq 1 6`; do convert -density 150% cards-page001.eps cards-page001-anim$i.png; sleep 1; done convert -alpha Off -delay 40 cards-page001-anim*.png cards-page001.gif for i in `seq 1 6`; do convert -density 150% cards-page002.eps cards-page002-anim$i.png; sleep 1; done convert -alpha Off -delay 40 cards-page002-anim*.png cards-page002.gif cp cards-page00*.gif iceberg/ cd final/ for i in `seq 1 6`; do convert logo.eps logo-anim$i.png; sleep 1; done convert -alpha Off -delay 40 logo-anim*.png logo.gif cp logo.gif ../iceberg/
— Reworked on the workflow to generate cards. Documentation on its way.
— 1890 different cards.
Generating 90 unique cards per person, for 21 persons. To do so, I have exported every page of my scribus document as an EPS so I keep the generative aspect of it, even if I've been layout it graphically.
The *master* cards are then converted to PDF 90 times each, using `epstopdf`. I then use PodofoImpose to recombine all of them. I have prepared an A3 with the crop marks to superimpose on top of the imposed cards, because Scribus doesn't allow for cropmarks with the EPS export.
— Merge branch 'master' of git.constantvzw.org:osp.work.balsamine.2012-2013
— on fait les comptes de fin d'année
— affiches prêtes pour l'impression. Note: please don't vectorize the text when preparing files for the printer, Outlining the fonts when exporting the PDF does this for you. Otherwise, it's impossible to work on a previous work.
— Added pdf files, some iceberg images and sources for Kanttekeningen, a 16 page editorial contribution to Cross-over. Wondering about publishing rights ... besides our own contributions, none of the texts are available under open content licenses.
— Added the log of a chat on Scribus-IRC about the benchmarking we were attempting. I ask 'where to put this' and Eric tells me 'putting it at the root, would give it much importance'. 'Could the Iceberg have texts as well?' This log is like a screenshot.
— Sample files and code for the 2008 PZI catalogue. The real story is that it pulled Pierre Marchand into OSP caravan. It starts here: