On Friday 06 April 2007 19:51, Anders Johansson wrote:
"I was working on the proof of one of my poems all the morning, and took out a comma. In the afternoon I put it back again."
Oscar Wilde was a witty man. Pity we don't have him as a writer
Interesting. He used half day to think about effect of one comma. Would we ever have something memorable with a thought on sword that will cut on a deadline?
I had some time to look at the page, asking myself:"Is it carved in a stone that slogan has to begin with 'openSUSE - '?"
No, it isn't. Although, I really like the most: "openSUSE is good for you." Rationale: - Not used as motto anywhere that I know. - Answering the question:"Why I should buy openSUSE?" - Being specific and brief about openSUSE involves words from computer jargon, and that really doesn't cut well in public. - It can be used as a part of different sentences: The power of openSUSE is good for you. The <attribute> of openSUSE is good for you.
The only thing that makes trouble (to me); it is hard to start sentence with openSUSE. I'm wondering how other solved the problem?
nVidia http://www.nvidia.com/page/home.html They resorted to NVIDIA.
opensolaris http://www.opensolaris.org/os/ They use OpenSolaris.
eBay http://www.ebay.com/ Is persistent with eBay.
adidas is now Adidas
Not many examples to look at.