On Oct 18, 2010, at 12:11 PM, Cristopher Ewing wrote: > Templer works for me, but I'm finding myself agreeing with Roel in not > wanting to be associated with the religious thing. > > How 'bout 'maker'? There's a nifty Stanislaw Lem book with a series of short > stories about two robots named Trurl and Klapaucius who are 'makers' (sort of > gods of the robot universe) who make all sorts of other robots. I like the > obscure literary reference and the name does reference what zopeskel does, > which is to help you make all sorts of things. > > Another option might be 'projecter', an intentional misspelling that could > mean 'something that makes projects' > > Any further thoughts from the rest of you all?
I did a bit more sleuthing. Came up with another option: epitome: a standard or typical example Doing a google search for all these terms (even Templer, http://templerfx.com/) brings back a software company of some sort. In fact there is a "Paragon Software" and a "Paragon Software Group". So I don't know how much stock we want to put into that for choosing the namespace. Clayton -- Six Feet Up, Inc. | Sponsor of Plone Conference 2010 (Oct. 25th-31st) Direct Line: +1 (317) 861-5948 x603 Email: clay...@sixfeetup.com Try Plone 4 Today at: http://plone4demo.com How am I doing? Please contact my manager Gabrielle Hendryx-Parker at gabrie...@sixfeetup.com with any feedback. > On Oct 13, 2010, at 12:59 PM, Johnson, Josh wrote: > >> Some results of googling some of these names outside of pypi: >> >> paragon also refers to these guys: http://www.paragon-software.com/ >> >> exemplar is also the name of a software company: http://www.exemplar.com >> >> templer doesn't seem to mean anything to google, but it does hit a lot of >> knights templar stuff, including http://www.templarsoftware.com/ >> >> crushinator nor candlejack don't have any software companies associated with >> them. >> >> skeltor brings up a lot of Manson Family links, but nothing software related. >> >> JJ >> >> >> >> From: zopeskel-boun...@lists.plone.org >> [mailto:zopeskel-boun...@lists.plone.org] On Behalf Of Roel Bruggink >> Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 2010 3:46 PM >> To: Zopeskel Users and Developers >> Subject: Re: [Zopeskel] ZopeSkel v3 refactoring begins >> >> On Wed, Oct 13, 2010 at 2:53 PM, Clayton Parker <clay...@sixfeetup.com> >> wrote: >> I did a little thesaurus hunting and found these two: >> >> paragon: "a person or thing regarded as a perfect example of a particular >> quality" >> >> exemplar: "a person or thing serving as a typical example or excellent model" >> >> Ooooh nice! Paragon is perfect! >> >> -- >> Roel Bruggink >> http://www.fourdigits.nl/mensen/roel-bruggink >> >> Four Digits BV >> http://www.fourdigits.nl >> Willemsplein 44, 6811 KD, Arnhem >> tel: +31(0)26 4422700 fax: +31(0)26 7600012 >> KVK 091621370000 BTW 8161.22.234.B01 >> _______________________________________________ >> ZopeSkel mailing list >> ZopeSkel@lists.plone.org >> http://lists.plone.org/mailman/listinfo/zopeskel > > ******************************** > Cris Ewing > Webmaster, Lead Developer > Department of Radiology Web Services > University of Washington > School of Medicine > Work Phone: (206) 616-1288 > Cell Phone: (206) 708-9083 > E-mail: cew...@u.washington.edu > Web: http://www.rad.washington.edu > ******************************* > > _______________________________________________ > ZopeSkel mailing list > ZopeSkel@lists.plone.org > http://lists.plone.org/mailman/listinfo/zopeskel _______________________________________________ ZopeSkel mailing list ZopeSkel@lists.plone.org http://lists.plone.org/mailman/listinfo/zopeskel