Benji York wrote:
Shane Hathaway wrote:
Stephan Richter wrote:
Okay, I am giving in on this. There is a three step process that will
have to be fullfilled to assign a codename to the Zope 3.3 release.
I'd say assigning a name is a responsibility of the release manager.
As I understand it the "codename idea" wasn't to have a codename per
release (like Ubuntu), but a name in addition to "Zope 3" to help
differentiate it from Zope 2. I'm +0 on the latter and -1 on the former.
That was what I was thinking. It should be a tool to differentiate the
Zope 3 codebase from the Zope 2 codebase.
I think it is very difficult to get the point across that Zope 3 is
significantly different than Zope 2 when the only difference is a major
It is pretty simple to argue if you know a little about Windows. Some
might think that the different windows names are a stupid idea. A
marketing trick. But I for one remember exactly what differentiates
these versions of Windows.
Windows 1.0 through Windows 3.11, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000,
I don't believe that anybody could remember the difference between these
versions if it had merely been version numbers.
hilsen/regards Max M, Denmark
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