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Re: Persistent overlay?

On Mon, 2008-05-19 at 19:15 +0530, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> Paul W. Frields wrote:
> > 
> > I'm not sure whether changing this midstream is a great idea.  After
> > all, the "persistence" and "persistent overlay" were terms I described
> > repeatedly and consistently with every one of the dozen or more
> > interviews I gave for Fedora 9. 
> I noticed and it I am still not sure it is the right choice. Many people 
> didn't even get the idea on what was different from previous releases of 
> Fedora or other distributions on this particular USB feature. I am still 
> of the opinion "persistent overlay" is just not the right terminology 
> for end users.

I can only tell you that I was *very* clear in the interviews what made
this different, both from the "persistence" perspective and the
"non-destructive" perspective.  That journalists may still have got it
wrong doesn't seem like a problem that renaming is going to solve.

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