On Sun, Mar 28, 2004 at 02:39:03PM +0200, Jean-Luc Coulon (f5ibh) wrote:Hi Carol,
Le 27.03.2004 18:59, Carol Spears a ?crit?:
>thanks for the detailed description.
>the developers might be leaving this out so that computer jobs could
in>be >had by people local to the print savvy people who need this stuff. > >i had a vision where people quit sending money to one or two places>the world and sent it locally.
I'm a bit confused: how is the money involved in this topic?
if you were to open a print shop or a photo print shop -- you would send all of your money to probably Windows and Adobe. with TheGIMP, you could actually hire a local programmer and keep all that cash local.
Huh? This seems to be a bit esoteric.... Once again what money has to do with colour management ?
Do you mean it is *needed* to get Microsoft and Adobe softwares (and to pay or them) to get an colour managed system?
who knows what the people who live and work in Redmond do with their money -- the locals maybe would spend some of this same money where ever they live. which would be where the print facility is and probably where you (the owner) lives.
silly simple flow concepts -- probably things are more complicated than
this, but probably not by much.
What "people who live and work in Redmond" (BTW what is Redmond?) has to do with the imp and colur management?
Silly is the word.
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