On Tuesday 16 February 2010 06:06:42 Jean Cayron wrote:
I suggested a cool name to replace Goblin (Geecko
GeeMo is the MeeGo off the Geecko ;-)
I can understand need for the new names as self identification, something a
bit different then a crowd, but giving new cool names to just about anything
makes sense only for real innovation, as such practice has its price.
The price is that users that you want to attract have to know about subject in
order to find it, so you have to invest in heavy advertisement of the new
name. Is it worth to do that for subject that is already advertised by others
under the name that is just permutation of the new one?
I would probably not answer to your post, if we would not eagerly practice
originality in almost every occasion (and yes, me too few days ago). We have
Go-OO for our version of OpenOffice.org
, link to Get Software for link to
Download, Goblin for Moblin, lizards.o.o for blogs, and so on.
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