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Re: Re: Zod -> Moonshine -> <blank>? Moonshine is a <blank>, <blank>



How about "El Morro"? El Morro was San Juan, Puerto Rico's main military fortification throughout much the island's military history. At one point during the Anglo-Spanish war, the English set San Juan on fire and they still could not capture San Juan because of the protection that El Morro provided the Spanish.

This could represent the many new technologies that Fedora has and is incorporating to secure our distro. From virtualization to selinux and talk of unifying our crypto support, it sounds like we have a distro that can withstand some heavy attacks and still be secure.

Reference:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_history_of_Puerto_Rico#The_English






On 8/21/07, Mike Cohler <mike cohler gmail com> wrote:
>On Thu, 16 Aug 2007, Matej Cepl wrote:
>I still think F8 should be called "Underline".

There is a nice chinese word "Moutai" which refers to a clear liqueur
but sounds almost the same as a Zulu word "muti" which refers to
medicine, but the word comes from the Zulu for "tree"... and the
Fedora tree of development would fit nicely into this thread, and has
international links as Fedora does!

So moutai is a suggestion for F8 if this is still being discussed?

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