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Re: [ESD-translators] Slides for workshop in Prague

From: Tomas Stary
Subject: Re: [ESD-translators] Slides for workshop in Prague
Date: Sun, 8 Apr 2018 21:12:41 +0200

Do you have any problem with converting the svg files into pdf and
including those into latex? If you have inkscape installed it should do
it automatically by running `make` inside the directory of the repository.

In principle we could convert svg to eps (encapsulated postscript)
instead of pdf (their format is comparable), however I would like to
keep the svg files too as they are easy to edit with inkscape and other
editors, which is probably not true about eps.

If you cannot convert easily, I could also upload the files there, or
send them to you via email.


Kateryna Razumova:
> Yours truly,
> Kateryna Razumova.
> 2018-04-08 18:13 GMT+02:00 Tomas Stary <address@hidden>:
>> Hi Kate, everyone,
>> I have now uploaded the bootstrap of the presentation slides for the
>> workshop to the github:
>> It is based on LaTeX presentation framework Beamer and svg files from
>> the infographic. It is still very raw version and will require a lot of
>> further work. I can think of the following tasks:
>> 1. define some nice beamer style for the global outlook and some frames
>> for the individual quotes, definitions, lists etc.
>> 2. improve the text of the individual slides, add further meaningful text
>> 3. include more graphics in the workshop section to guide the
>> participants through the workshop.
>> Feel free to share, modify and send pull requests back. Any
>> contributions are highly appreciated!
>> Many thanks,
>> Tomas
> Maybe it is better to use eps instead of svg? Then, there will be no
> need to transform something to pdf. And latex works smoothly with eps.
> Or is eps a bad format?

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