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  • by Alias (5735) on 2009.08.05 22:05 (#69893) Homepage Journal

    1. If you need wiggle room, use Q2 2010. That's a part of why companies do it.

    2. Naming a release based on an injoke for a new language isn't very engaging or informative.

    • 1. If you need wiggle room, use Q2 2010. That's a part of why companies do it.

      "Spring" had a few other connotations that I liked for my purposes, but your point is well taken. After this week I'll likely just use a month to refer to the expected delivery date.

      2. Naming a release based on an injoke for a new language isn't very engaging or informative.

      * I think "Rakudo Star" probably has enough merits to stand on its own without the injoke.

      * It's really just a "working name" until/if we come up with one