[IAEP] [Marketing] Soliciting SoaS v.4 Codename & Colour Suggestions
sebastian at when.com
Sat Jun 5 06:17:46 EDT 2010
Thanks everybody for the proposals thus far. I've converted them into
a table for a better overview . Please keep in mind that Sugar has
a defined color palette for its logo, too .
On Fri, Jun 4, 2010 at 11:41 PM, Outofindia <outofindia at gmail.com> wrote:
> also known as Jamun in India and by others name in different parts of the
> 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.
> On Fri, Jun 4, 2010 at 12:33 PM, Sebastian Dziallas <sebastian at when.com>
>> 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
>> > 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.
>> > 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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