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In these - and other - cases it is is often beneficial to have KDE-"branded" business cards to hand to interested people. A professional-looking business card can make a large difference.
 
In these - and other - cases it is is often beneficial to have KDE-"branded" business cards to hand to interested people. A professional-looking business card can make a large difference.
  
To avoid requiring everyone to design and print his or her own business cards KDE e.V. offers free KDE business cards to KDE e.V. members who have a need for them. Please read the FAQ for the exact rules about who can request business cards.
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To avoid requiring everyone to design his or her own business cards the KDE e.V. supplies a template and offers to cover the cost of printing for KDE e.V. members who have a need for them. If you are an active KDE contributor and not yet a member of the e.V. you should consider joining today! https://ev.kde.org/getinvolved/
  
<h3>Requesting Business Cards</h3>
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<h3>How</h3>
  
If you are eligible for KDE business cards, please send an e-mail to the KDE Business Cards Team. To ease tracking for us, add your name in the subject. The request consists of the following parts:
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Source files: https://share.kde.org/s/pA68ggWb82CakJe
  
*Motivation
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If you need to print some business cards, find a local printer that can use the source files and get that done. If you need the Board to reimburse this expense, please let us know, '''before printing''', that you will need these cards. You can use [https://reimbursements.kde.org/ reimbursements.kde.org] for that under the "Business Cards" event. Once the funds are approved, you can print them locally and the Board will reimburse the purchase upon submitting your receipt copy.
*Name
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*Personal Data
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*City and Country
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*Delivery Address and Date
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All parts are required.
 
 
<h3>Motivation</h3>
 
 
Your motivation for needing business cards, like the events you'll be attending or the fact that you meet lots of business people who are interested in your KDE work
 
 
<h3>Name</h3>
 
 
Your '''name''' as it should be printed on the cards
 
 
<h3>Personal Data</h3>
 
 
A maximum of four lines of data. The following fields are available:
 
 
*Role (*)
 
*E-mail Address (*)
 
*Phone or Fax Number(s)
 
*Custom Fields
 
 
(Fields marked with (*) are required)
 
 
''Role''
 
Your '''role(s)''' within KDE
 
 
Notes:
 
Notes:
  
*Your ''role(s)'' must start with the word ''"KDE"''
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*When specifying phone numbers, list them in the ITU-T E.123 international notation. Keep the area code separate from the subscriber number in countries that have the distinction. You can find some background information in the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E.164 Telephone Numbering Plan].
*Only KDE-specific activities are allowed
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''E-Mail Address''
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Your '''e-mail address'''
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Note:
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*Your e-mail addres must be within a kde.* domain, like kde.org or kde.nl.
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''Phone or Fax Number(s)''
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''(Optional)'' Your mobile or other '''phone number(s)''' if you want them listed
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Notes:
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*When specifying phone numbers, list them in the ITU-T E.123 international notation. Keep the area code separate from the subscriber number in countries that have the distinction. You can find some background information in the Telephone Numbering Plan.
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Example: +321 456 7890 1234 for country code 321, area code 456 and subscriber number 78901234.
 
Example: +321 456 7890 1234 for country code 321, area code 456 and subscriber number 78901234.
 
*Please specify the type of number (e.g. mobile, fax, work phone, ...), although we may leave the actual caption away on the printed cards.
 
 
''Custom Fields''
 
 
''(Optional)'' '''Custom fields''' that you want listed, if any, like your postal address or web site URLs
 
Notes:
 
 
*Remember the limit of four lines of text in total; most business cards will not have room for more than a single custom line.
 
*Web sites and similar custom data must be KDE-specific, or at least be affiliated with KDE.
 
 
'''City and Country'''
 
 
Your '''city and country''' (will be used for the icon at the bottom of the business card)
 
 
'''Delivery Address and Date'''
 
 
Your '''delivery address''' and '''whether you need the cards at a specific time.'''
 
Notes:
 
 
*To save delivery costs for KDE e.V., please try combining requests with other nearby KDE people. If multiple people go to a single event, have one person order the cards and distribute them at the event.
 
*If you order your cards really late and we don't have enough other requests pending to fill a sheet of paper you may be missing your deadline. Also, if we need to use express delivery instead of normal postal mail, KDE e.V. incurs extra costs. We do not guarantee timely delivery if you order late. To avoid disappointment, please order in time.
 

Latest revision as of 23:20, 22 February 2019

KDE Business Cards

KDE has a very strong user community going to events all over the world. During work time we also often meet people who are interested in KDE, from potential sponsors to users and from potential employers to companies wanting to roll out KDE desktops.

In these - and other - cases it is is often beneficial to have KDE-"branded" business cards to hand to interested people. A professional-looking business card can make a large difference.

To avoid requiring everyone to design his or her own business cards the KDE e.V. supplies a template and offers to cover the cost of printing for KDE e.V. members who have a need for them. If you are an active KDE contributor and not yet a member of the e.V. you should consider joining today! https://ev.kde.org/getinvolved/

How

Source files: https://share.kde.org/s/pA68ggWb82CakJe

If you need to print some business cards, find a local printer that can use the source files and get that done. If you need the Board to reimburse this expense, please let us know, before printing, that you will need these cards. You can use reimbursements.kde.org for that under the "Business Cards" event. Once the funds are approved, you can print them locally and the Board will reimburse the purchase upon submitting your receipt copy.

Notes:

  • When specifying phone numbers, list them in the ITU-T E.123 international notation. Keep the area code separate from the subscriber number in countries that have the distinction. You can find some background information in the Telephone Numbering Plan.

Example: +321 456 7890 1234 for country code 321, area code 456 and subscriber number 78901234.


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