Re: Petition about the Firefox trademark problem
Mike McCarty wrote:
Freaky! Many years ago I contemplated writing a web browser -- that was
the name I was going to give it. It followed naturally from having used
Gopher before the web. (Never got past the contemplation phase.)
Steve Lamb wrote:
Hans du Plooy wrote:
*covers his ferrets eyes* Hey, there's children present!
Calling someone a weasel has never been a compliment
I enjoyed that post.
Well, how about "Web Ferret"? "Ferret", AFAIK, only has neutral
connotations, and in this context, perhaps good ones (nosing around
True. What's more, really good names (like Web Ferret!) should be saved
up for real separate products, not blown on umpteen different
vendor-variants of Firefox.
OTOH, why use a fancy name at all? How about "Debian Web Browser"?
ISTM that the purpose of such fancy names has always been to
build brand recognition and brand loyalty. Why do you feel the
need to have such in a non-commercial product?