On 12/3/06, Jesse Keating <jkeating(a)redhat.com> wrote:
and I think we'd rather not steal a Ubuntu name.
Theft of the name would be fine, IF we were using it to describe a
nearly identical package/policy space. But clearly, whatever our pile
of packages is, it will have a distinctly different policy and
therefore should not re-use the name Ubuntu has already built a
working understanding around. If we try to re-define the name to mean
what we want it to mean, then we'll be setting up exactly the wrong
initial condition and creating unnecessary confusion for everyone.
-jef"There is absolutely nothing worse than eating something an
expecting it to taste one way when in fact it tastes completely
different. I like limes and like pistachios, but if I eat something
green expecting it to be lime, but its actually pistachio...