The Graphical Web Conference (formerly SVG Open) is taking place Sept
23-26 in Pittsburgh.
I submitted a talk on SVG 2 (in which I highlight Inkscape) which was
accepted. For the past few years the conference has fully paid my
travel costs (I've asked Inkscape for backup funding each time but I
never had to use it). This year it is clear that the conference will be
unable to fund my travel as they are running a rather large deficit. It
is probably not worth the $1500 it would take for Inkscape to send me
to the conference but it might be worth sending someone who is closer,
especially if that person could fill in for me. I was thinking maybe
along the line of $500 of support. (We can probably get the conference
What do you all think about this?
This tool has recently appeared on my radar and it might be worth
deploying for our password management needs:
It's django based and would be easy enough to deploy on our existing
My name is Martin Owens and I am the volunteer website administrator.
Inkscape is a Free and Open Source Software product and is licensed
under the GPLv2 (General Public License). Thus you may use Inkscape for
any reason without limitation. You are also allowed to freely distribute
and modify Inkscape so long as you follow the copy-left rules contained
in the GPLv2 (General Public License) .
Please use this quick graphical guide if you wish to understand Free and
Open Source and how and why it exists in more depth:
Best Regards, Martin Owens
> I work for the Queensland Museum in Australia. We are programming an
> after dark event and wanted a temporary tattooing booth as part of
> the night. Can we make a freehand design using this program and print
> it out on temporary tattoo paper?
> Please get back to me on maho.go@...111...
> Thank you very much