Open Source Publishing – Graphic Design Caravan

Software history mapping night

Live · October 13th, 2008 ·

Wednesday 22 October 20:30-22:00

In a first attempt to draw a collaborative map of the many different tools that together define the practice of digital design, OSP attempts to recollect facts and anecdotes gathered over the last few years.

At Software history mapping night we’ll gather around the table to start a visual cartography of design software.

Fontlab, Fontforge, Pagemaker, Sodipodi or Ghostscript: When did it start? Who was involved? Where did it connect?

We will live-broadcast the session from a central Brussels location and if you have stories to tell, facts to add or experiences to share, you are more than welcome to join the discussion through video stream and/or chat.

[stream- and chat addresses announced on this site next week]

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  • 1. nitrofurano

    Oct 14, 2008 at 12:09 am

    well, the xml editor from Inkscape were a suggestion from me to Lauris Kaplinski (i think he did this feature implementation), at Sodipodi time…