On Mon, Dec 05, 2016 at 09:52:05AM -0500, Christian Schaller wrote:
> Distinct means it's clearly different. Those car models
> distinct: https://medium.com/swlh/the-zombie-mobile-b03932ac971d
> though they're recognisable (through their badges, accessories,
> specific colour schemes, etc.). An SUV and a sedan are distinct.
Yeah, partly based on your feedback we decided to replace the word
distinct with the word distinguishable, as distinct as you are
pointing out can be understood to imply more radical changes than
what we are looking for here.
I prefer "distinct", actually, in the full sense — for the car analogy,
think of those Volkswagen commercials when they re-launched the Beetle.
But in the interest of compromise I'm okay with distinguishable. Maybe,
though, "clearly distinguishable" — not just distinguishable if you
are an expert and know a trick.
Fedora Project Leader