A public domain marketing flyer/brochure about the reasons to use WordPress, brought to you by some members of the WordPress community.
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README.md

WP Reasons

A public domain marketing flyer/brochure about the reasons to use WordPress, brought to you by some members of the WordPress community.

Contents

The flyer / brochure is a printable, one-page document explaining the reasons why WordPress is a great content management system for many types of projects.

  • InDesign files and OpenSans fonts.
  • An editable and printable PDF.
  • A basic HTML file containing the text of the document.
  • A png of the document.

Created during WordCamp US 2015's Contributor Day, the following people contributed to the initial version: Sarah Blackstock, Andrea Bishop, Collin Matthews, Gabriel A. Mays, Sara Rosso, Eileen Violini, and Andrea Zoellner.

License

The text in the document (not including the WordPress logo or trademark) is licensed under CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0) Public Domain Dedication. You can copy, modify, distribute and perform the work, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission.

Icons are from the Genericons project, a free, GPL, flexible icon font.

Translations

We’d really love to encourage and help share translations of the document to the global WordPress community. If you have a translation to contribute, please add it to the repo so others can benefit, too. Pull requests welcome!

To translate the document, please create a sub-directory of the project under Working Translations, giving it the correct ISO639 code (for example, pt for Portuguese), and submit a pull request. Once the translation has reached a release / first full translation, we'll move it to its own subdirectory at the top level, and subsequent updates will happen in that location.

New to GitHub? Community member Japh created this screencast video to show you how to get started with translating.