Dropping Gimp from the live cd

Bill Nottingham notting at redhat.com
Wed Aug 5 17:44:04 UTC 2009

Toshio Kuratomi (a.badger at gmail.com) said: 
> > I guess this could be achieved in other ways though. Like when we were
> > at the FUDcon Berlin booth, Nicu and I created a graphic and made a
> > video showing all the steps of the graphic's creation so it could be
> > played back as a demonstration of what Fedora can do. Along those lines,
> > we could have a set of videos that could be played to give the demos,
> > although it would be cool to also have the apps used in the demos
> > available for people visiting the booth to play with. ('you saw what we
> > did, now it's your turn to try' kind of thing)
> > 
> oooh... Excellent!  I think a good demo spin would incorporate some of
> this kind of media as well.  Then when someone gets their shiny Fedora
> USB key home and sits down to do some work on their computer they can
> fire up GIMP and replay the video as a step by step tutorial.  Having
> both the video and the apps is greater than having each by themselves.

Yes, but when you've gotten to this point, you've long since left
behind any sort of single-CD spin, as you'll need both the tools
and the video, neither of which are small. (Given the need to have
some play space on your USB stick for the overlay, I wonder if even
1GB is enough.)


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