Re: Ubuntu GNOME Flavor naming

On 13 August 2012 11:56, Jeremy Bicha <jbicha ubuntu com> wrote:
> At the Ubuntu Developer Summit in May, several of us that work with
> GNOME in Ubuntu discussed the need for a Ubuntu community derivative
> similar to Kubuntu, Xubuntu, and others but which will try to ship a
> relatively pure GNOME experience.
> The traditional Ubuntu naming convention for these alternate flavors
> is "Gubuntu" but it seems that could cause confusion with the
> pronunciation of Google's internal distribution Goobuntu. We'd like to
> instead use GNObuntu.
> We want to run our proposed name past GNOME first to avoid the hassle
> and conflicts of being forced to later rename the project.

I think I need to clarify what I am asking for. I want to know if any
of these names for a proposed GNOME spin of Ubuntu are acceptable uses
of the GNOME trademark:

1. GNOMEbuntu
2. Ubuntu GNOME Edition
3. GNObuntu

Ryan has already registered so I'm leaning
towards the first name if that's acceptable.


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