Fedora and Google search: the final report

Jeff Spaleta jspaleta at gmail.com
Thu Mar 13 21:07:28 UTC 2008

On Thu, Mar 13, 2008 at 12:55 PM, Bryan Che <bche at redhat.com> wrote:
> I'm not saying that we should use "@home" as I understand the IP
>  implications.  But, there is a spectrum of names from cool/clever like
>  "Trellis," (which is how we often name open source projects) to
>  something meaningful but boring like "Fedora Open Community Grid
>  Project."  We would need to market both--and anything in between--but
>  less cool and clever is easier to market, at the expense of being, well,
>  less cool and clever.

Tsk Tsk, this isn't constructive brain storming... telling me its too
cool and clever a name is flattering, but you have to pony up a
counter suggestion or your just naysaying. Throw out something in
between the boring and clever and fill in the spectrum a little bit
with another possibility.

The Fedora Trellis: The Open Community Grid.....
Supporting a garden of innovation and ideas through community collaboration.

-jef"How is that not marketable?"spaleta

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