[IAEP] [Marketing] Soliciting SoaS v.4 Codename & Colour Suggestions

Outofindia outofindia at gmail.com
Fri Jun 4 17:41:10 EDT 2010

also known as *Jamun* in India and by others name in different parts of the

* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jambul*

A medicinal fruit/plant/tree.
Supposed to be a rich source of iron, vitamins A and C
Besides the fruit, every part of the tree too is used.
The bark, the  seed (dried and powdered) and even ash from the burnt leaves
for gums.
The wood is used to make furniture!

The colour crimson.


Harriet <http://www.natural-homeremedies.com/blog/jamun-as-herbal-medicine/>

On Fri, Jun 4, 2010 at 12:33 PM, Sebastian Dziallas <sebastian at when.com>wrote:

> Hi Sean,
> On Fri, Jun 4, 2010 at 5:32 PM, Sean DALY <sdaly.be at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Sebastian, I guess you want to drop the name we had chosen together
> > previously, Cloudberry? If you remember we had wanted to underline
> > collaboration and connectivity, and decided to postpone that name when
> > we realized that it was too ambitious for this release.
> this is by no means the intention of this email. You will note that
> this email is also sent to the marketing list, so this is not aimed at
> excluded marketing, but rather at getting the conversation started.
> We're simply encouraging brainstorming here so that we don't get stuck
> later there and have a prominent way of calling the upcoming next
> version early in the release cycle (Fedora has already chosen its
> codename for F14, too).
> I don't recall us already having chosen Cloudberry. It was the
> previous codename for v.3, but as you say, we decided to go with
> Mirabelle instead since it could have caused confusion.
> I personally believe that it only makes sense to chose a name like
> Cloudberry if we're able to provide a sufficient amount of
> cloud-related features, since we might get otherwise beaten up over
> it.
> > This is a marketing discussion and should really be in the marketing
> > meeting. Sugar on a Stick is a pillar of our marketing strategy and
> > the name needs to fit with our strategy. That said, I wouldn't want to
> > spoil anyone's fun choosing ice cream flavors. It could be nice to
> > pick a non-berry flavor too as Peter and others have said in the past.
> I think this is debatable and I'm certainly not objecting to having
> this conversation in the marketing meeting, too. However, this also
> concerns the project itself, so I think it's also fair to raise it in
> the Sugar on a Stick meeting.
> --Sebastian
> > Sean
> >
> >
> > On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 8:31 PM, Sebastian Dziallas <sebastian at when.com>
> wrote:
> >> We'd like to kick off the process for the upcoming Sugar on a Stick
> >> v.4 already, while gearing up for the SoaS PR at LinuxTag, too. And so
> >> we're looking forward to your ideas and suggestions on the codename
> >> and colour selections for the next release iteration. These will be
> >> discussed at the next meeting, which is scheduled to take place on
> >> Monday, June 7 on 1900 UTC in #sugar-meeting.
> >>
> >> Thanks,
> >> --Sebastian
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> >
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