Name of next release (was: Release Status, and IRC meeting reminder)
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On Mon, 6 Feb 2006 19:08:44 +0000
email@example.com (Andrew M.A. Cater) wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 05, 2006 at 08:19:07PM +0100, Finn-Arne Johansen wrote:
> > We're planning a new IRC-meeting to get the next release out the
> > door.
> > I guess we should start thinking of a name for the release.
> > Some suggestions:
> > Skolelinux 2.0
> > Debian-edu 2.0
> > Debian-edu Sarge
> > Debian-edu 3.1 ?
> Debian-Edu 3.1 (Sarge)
> gets my vote :)
I vote for "Skolelinux" (the version number is not important for me).
For me it makes sense for debian-edu to be "pure Debian". A sub-project
within Debian, aiming at a CDD (which is defined as purely within
Skolelinux, on the other hand, is "based on Debian". A separate project
with its own (slightly different) principles and goals, using mainly
Debian but mixning in also Knoppix- or Morphix-based live-CDs, non-free
Java and possibly other non-Debian or Debian-derived stuff. Which is
all very great - don't misunderstand me - it just isn't "within Debian".
Some may even be upset about the name Debian (which is a trademark)
used for something including SUN Java. As I understand trademarks
there's a big difference between mentioning the brand in the product
name (indicating the product *is* the brand - which is wrong) and using
it in description or other places (indicating the product *contains* the
brand - which is correct).
So I recommend avoiding the names "Debian-edu" or "Debian-Edu" as
release names for the current work.
* Jonas Smedegaard - idealist og Internet-arkitekt
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