[OpenIndiana-discuss] The name: "OpenIndiana"

Hillel Lubman shtetldik at gmail.com
Thu Oct 7 02:36:01 UTC 2010

If you want something unique, you can use unusual languages. Let's say
Quenya. Aureos for example sounds nice (which might hint to SunOS - aure
means "daylight" in Quenya ;).



On Wed, Oct 6, 2010 at 10:10 PM, BM <bogdan.maryniuk at gmail.com> wrote:

> Alasdair, but you know, Ubuntu does not sounds cheap at all. And
> meaning is very nice, actually. It is rather compact, unique and well
> known world-wide, while OpenAnything is yet another item from similar
> pile (see below). Instead having prefix "Open" to any $CODE_NAME is
> also very common pattern and it sounds even more cheap then FreeBSD or
> CentOS (these actually has their cost value embedded in their brand
> name).

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