KDE Applications rename to KDE Apps Bundle
nate at kde.org
Tue May 21 03:36:18 BST 2019
I like KDE Galaxy! KDE Apps Bundle is also fine IMO.
I'm also coming around to the idea that we should do away with the named
wrapper entirely and just say "It's KDE apps release day" a few times a
year, with greater emphasis on the individual apps names and versions.
+1 on not bikeshedding this to death.
On 5/20/19 7:29 PM, Valorie Zimmerman wrote:
> On Fri, May 17, 2019 at 6:43 AM Nate Graham <nate at kde.org
> <mailto:nate at kde.org>> wrote:
> On 5/15/19 9:51 AM, Luigi Toscano wrote:
> > Nate Graham ha scritto:
> >> On 5/11/19 4:44 AM, Elvis Angelaccio wrote:
> >>> While I find "Apps Bundle" better than "Applications", it still
> >>> be a perfect fit. We should find a better name, ideally as
> catchy as
> >>> "Plasma" is, but I don't know if we can.
> >>> How about going back to "KDE Software Compilation YY.MM
> <http://YY.MM>" instead?
> >> That seems even worse because it becomes unclear why Plasma and
> >> aren't included in it.
> >> Names have meaning; they're not just for catchy marketing
> purposes. The
> >> fundamental problem is that we're trying to name something we
> haven't actually
> >> defined: What *is* the apps bundle? Why does it exist? What's
> the logic for
> >> its contents?
> > Names are also names for name's sake. See Firefox, Dolphin, Opera.
> > Of course Software Compilation does not work as well.
> Hmm, that's a good point.
> Inspired by the idea of KDE Galaxy (which I like a lot), I looked at an
> online thesaurus, and add KDE: Pageant, Splash, Array, Aspects, Particles.
> Any other ideas? Otherwise I see no reason not to go with KDE App
> Bundle, since the release manager wants to change it, and the Promo team
> likes it as well.
> Can we come to a decision rather than bike-shedding this to death?
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