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Re: fun with naming

On Tue, 2006-12-05 at 15:22 -0500, Christopher Blizzard wrote:

> You're going to hate this but I think the answer is "it depends."  I 
> thought that we were talking about the thing-that-we-release.  I think 
> that we need to release something called "Fedora 7".  There might be a 
> desktop version or a server version, but it's all still based around 
> this one product name.

[snip other examples]

I got into this thread not to come up with cute names the world could
appreciate, but to help _ourselves_.  For the world-facing, I 100% agree
that "Fedora 7" sounds best, although I sort of like the look of F*7. :)

I'm worried that we won't be able to tell amongst ourselves what we are
talking about when we say, "Get it into Fedora" etc.  We could let this
take care of itself organically, and then teach everyone the meaning of
the terms that arise.  Or we could pick an array of words to cover "all
packages", "alternate packages", "server version", etc.

:) - Karsten
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