bltipper ? wrote:
I'm pleased with the graphics, could probably argue about the content. (one thing being that the focus doesn't need to be on "join" any more)
no issues with using them for tomorrow, and the best way to sort out the content imo is go get a thread going on the forum.
Yup, looks pretty good to me.
Re the flyer, I think it's possibly not necessary to have much FAQ stuff like "Why 'The Pirate Party'?" and "How can I help?". If we can manage to convince people we stand for something worthwhile, they can find this on the web site, so it might be best to stick mainly to what we stand for and why (e.g. have some stuff on patents instead, although I know that what's on the web site is overly wordy, so I guess this might be why it was left out). Also, the stuff on Radio Hauraki sounds a bit like an endorsement of civil disobedience, and I think this is a risky strategy for a political party (although I guess I should be discussing this on the Wiki FAQ page). It might have been good if we'd had a couple of photos of people, that way the reader could feel
like they know something about us without having to actually read anything.
Again though, I should have brought this up for the web site. Having some stuff on the file sharing bill is good, although since it's from a press release, it's worded a bit differently than it otherwise would be. All-in-all though, I think it looks pretty good.
Re the poster, reform of the patent system has accidentally been left off the poster. Also, we haven't actually got around to formulating any policies on ensuring the transparency of government yet, although again, this is something that probably needs fixing on the web site.