On Tuesday 13 November 2007 21:49:43 Jakub 'Livio' Rusinek wrote: > I'll always say what I think is better... Do not go so high - to the > planets :P . > > Maybe Dog or Wolf... Relations with Werewolf are obvious xD . > > Dnia 13-11-2007, wto o godzinie 21:44 +0400, Laith Juwaidah pisze: > > On Tuesday 13 November 2007 21:32:15 Jeff Spaleta wrote: > > > On Nov 12, 2007 10:58 PM, Nicu Buculei <nicu_fedora nicubunu ro> wrote: > > > > Jakub 'Livio' Rusinek wrote: > > > > > Simply - Owl, Nightbird, Humming or Bird :) . > > > > > > > > I absolutely hate to be "that guy" but... the name decision is not > > > > ours (Art Team) to make and traditionally now is also too early for > > > > it. > > > > > > Is it too early? I think there are proposed changes for the > > > development process which would put the "naming" process earlier in > > > part to get the art team time to have the option to build a theme > > > associated with the codename. > > > > > > Regardless of when it happens, there are established rules for the > > > name game, which I assume people in this thread are not aware of. > > > Names between releases must relate. Release N+1 must be named such > > > that releaser N+1 relates to N, such that releases N+1 and N-1 are not > > > similarly related. So we can for example just keep picking city names > > > or flower names over and over again. > > > > > > The rules for F9 as I understand them are: > > > The relationship that connects Moonshine and Werewolf cannot be > > > re-used. The F9 name and werewolf must share are "both are" > > > relationship. The F9 name and moonshine must not share a "both are" > > > relationship You also should provide an obvious next relationship that > > > can be used to connect the name to F9 to F10 > > > > > > The "Unicorn" example I provided follows the name game rules. I stated > > > the N+1 to N relationship explicitly. Both a unicorn and a werewolf > > > are mythical creatures whereas moonshine is not. > > > I also hinted at the next relationship that can be used to move beyond > > > unicorn. Unicorn was the mascot for my high school, so for F10 you > > > could move from unicorn to any high school mascot that was not a > > > mystical creature. Though that's actually not a good out. A better out > > > would be Tom Cruise movie co-stars (a unicorn was in the movie > > > Legend). > > > > > > Names like "galaxy" or "night bird" need to be given in the context of > > > the "N+1 and N are a something, but N+1 and N-1 are not a > > > something" rule. The naming isn't random, but its constrained by how > > > clever we are coming up with relationships between the names. > > > > > > -jef > > > > > > _______________________________________________ > > > Fedora-art-list mailing list > > > Fedora-art-list redhat com > > > http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-art-list > > > > Jupiter? That's a fictional eagle :) And, we can use some other planet's > > name for F10 :) > > > > _______________________________________________ > > Fedora-art-list mailing list > > Fedora-art-list redhat com > > http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-art-list How about Jupiter, and some other God's pet's name ;) I just think that using an eagle-related name is good, 'cause it links to freedom... Cheers! -- Laith Juwaidah http://www.ljuwaidah.org/
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