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=== First Draft of the New Introduction (who, for whom, what, for what reason)===
=== First Draft of the New Introduction (who, for whom, what, for what reason)===
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* '''Contributors:''' --[[User:Mhanski|Mhanski]] 17:31, 1 August 2006 (CEST)
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Revision as of 15:31, 1 August 2006

 Get Started With Scribus 2006
Current authors:   Scribus Wiki Authors
Original author:   Niyam Bhushan, 2004
Licence:   GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2


  1. What Can You Do With Scribus
  2. Scribus And Its Sisters
  3. Empty, White Spaces
  4. Cover Page
  5. Working With Layers On A Page
  6. Design Multiple Pages
  7. Create Final Page Layouts
  8. Design With Graphics And
  9. Set Fire With SVG Graphics
  10. Publishing Demands Freedom.PDF.
  11. Travel At The Speed Of Scribus
  12. Contributors
  13. GNU Free Documentation Licence

Activities and Contributors

Wiki structure for the GET STARTED tutorial

  • Contributors: --Mhanski 20:28, 26 July 2006 (CEST)
  • Status: done
  • Comment: This structure will allow us to import the whole original tutorial chapter by chapter.

Import of the original tutorial text into the Wiki

  • Contributors: mhanski, gpittman
  • Status: done, imported the whole text from OOwriter file
  • Comment: All the files belonging to the original tutorial are available at In particular, the original tutorial as OOwriter file and all screenshots

Here is a list of the Scribus operations demonstrated by the original tutorial: FreedomYUG Tutorial Demonstrated Tasks.

Import of original screenshots from the original tutorial into the Wiki

First Draft of the New Introduction (who, for whom, what, for what reason)

  • Contributors: --Mhanski 17:31, 1 August 2006 (CEST)
  • Status: in progress
  • Comment:

Updating of text content to 1.3.*

  • Contributors: Gpittman
  • Status: in progress
  • Comment: Greg has already started to update things so I'm adding him as a contributor. It doesn't exclude other potential contributors, this task is too huge for one person, I guess --Mhanski 08:11, 27 July 2006 (CEST)

New screenshots of Scribus 1.3.*

  • Contributors: --Ludi 16:50, 28 July 2006 (BRT)
  • Status: in progress
  • Comment: Download the sample here (Senha de Visitação = Password - Type screenshots and click OK).

Adding Wiki links to other Wiki articles and general wikfisation

  • Contributors:
  • Status:
  • Comment:

Recreating Freedom Yug sample magazine in 1.3.* (original content)

  • Contributors:
  • Status:
  • Comment:

Variation of Freedom Yug sample magazine (changed content)

  • Contributors:
  • Status:
  • Comment:

Creation of an entirely new sample magazine (Rembrandt)

  • Contributors: C_Schaefer
  • Status: in progress
  • Comment: Front and back cover are almost finished. Lots of things to learn already by re-creating the two pages :) I will now continue with the inside of the cover pages and then create another 4 pages of content. In the end, our Rembrandt mini magazine will have 8 pages/4 resp. 2 sheet. After following all or most of the steps to be described, an average talented user should be able to make prolific use of Scribus.

Creation of an entirely new sample magazine (about Scribus community)

  • Contributors:
  • Status:
  • Comment:
    • I've some pictures of the scribus crew in Lyon: you can use them for the tutorial if you whish (a.l.e).

Creation of an entirely new sample magazine (about using Scribus)

  • Contributors:
  • Status:
  • Comment:
    • Since Scribus is not the best tool (in its actual state not even a good tool) to create a tutorial, i don't think it's a good idea to base a tutorial on writing a tutorial. Andreas' idea about a leaflet or a flyer (marketing) is imho better (a.l.e).