[CentOS-devel] What name would be acceptable for Desktop version ofCentOS?
Коненко Андрей Викторович
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Sat Jan 21 06:00:13 UTC 2012
You must not create desktop respin of CentOS as fork. You must create
packages for CentOS, such as Atheros modules for kernel, updated licq
(pidgin, kopete), applications such as yakuake, etc. And AFTER this you must
create CD ISO. And... You can do the same thing, such as many package
maintainers? Or your distribution have only changes with desktop wallpaper?
From: Ljubomir Ljubojevic
Sent: Saturday, January 21, 2012 12:34 AM
To: The CentOS developers mailing list.
Subject: [CentOS-devel] What name would be acceptable for Desktop version
Dear developers of CentOS, I plan to create/start Desktop
version/fork/respin of CentOS, practically just to add useful packages,
modified repository with prioritized third-party repositories, maybe few
tweaks, and built ISO and repositories, so we are not limited to messing
with manually adding third-party repositories and dealing with
dependency problems. Basic repositories will remain from CentOS project.
I plan to latter on ask about endorsement, maybe even hosting/mirroring
project or even running it under the CentOS project flag. I will have to
formulate my goals for the project and see how it resonates with you,
developers of CentOS.
For the time being, to keep the ball rolling, I have question about the
name that you find acceptable (even in the case that I can not find
common ground with CentOS project and it remains on the sidelines):
1. CentDOS (Community Enterprize Desktop Operating System)
2. DentOS (Desktop Enterprize Operating System)
3. CentOS-DE (Community Enterprize Operating System - Desktop Edition)
4. Any new suggestion?
I personally and few other people like the first name, CentDOS.
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