@ lukas can you maintain a page of names on the SF wiki and we vote there?


On Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 10:50 PM, Jonas Trappenberg <jonas@trappenberg.ch> wrote:
I absolutely love the wordplay!! Or also just "Be sound!" or even
"B-Sound" for even more wordplay.

May I suggest starting a list of names where everyone can add names for,
say, the next one or two weeks, and afterwards we do a conclusive vote?


On 31.01.2014 19:09, Tobiasz Karoń wrote:
> Maybe we should name LMMS...
>
> Bee-Sound?
>
> :D
>
>
> 2014-01-31 Rob Kudla <sourceforge-raindog2@kudla.org
> <mailto:sourceforge-raindog2@kudla.org>>:
>
>     On 01/31/2014 12:02 PM, Tres Finocchiaro wrote:
>      > In honor of our "honeycomb" logo/splash screen winner, what if
>     LMMS were
>      > renamed: "Honeykomb"
>
>     Well, honeykomb.org <http://honeykomb.org> is available (as
>     makefreemusic.org <http://makefreemusic.org> already is). .com
>     and .net are both taken. The other issue is, the out-of-place K will
>     make
>     it seem like the former LMMS is a KDE project.
>
>     Otherwise, I guess I don't see a big issue, but it's kind of a
>     meaningless
>     name. It's probably not the first free software program named after
>     its own
>     logo, but it does seem a bit like putting the cart before the horse.
>
>     I guess you could always rename it "MFM" for "Make Free Music" to
>     make use
>     of the available domain, but it rolls off the tongue about as well
>     as LMMS,
>     and people searching for that term will find.... well, things that
>     aren't
>     your software. Especially with safesearch disabled.
>
>     Branding is hard. Good branding is harder.
>
>     Rob
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