[wp-hackers] WordPress 3
robin.adr at gmail.com
Mon May 21 02:44:59 GMT 2007
Just curious, but what's exactly wrong with calling it WP 2.2 or just 2.2?
On 5/20/07, Computer Guru <computerguru at neosmart.net> wrote:
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> > Captain's log. We received a signal from Computer Guru on StarDate
> > 19/05/07 11:41. Translated to English it stated:
> >> That's nonsense, Matt.
> >> I'd venture a guess and say that WordPress is "bigger and more well
> >> known" than Gentoo & co. - and WordPress definitely releases more
> >> While I agree that WP shouldn't be year-versioned, I disagree with your
> >> reasons. I don't hear of OpenOffice 2008 nor Firefox 2002.
> > How about WordPress 7.05? ;-)
> > Version /numbers/ can contain valuable (and compressed) information.
> > Codenames assist indexing and identification of information. They are
> > also more memorable and make communication easier. But WordPress has
> > had these for many years... just a shame people prefer to name WP
> > versions by the numbers.
> You mean the Jazz names? Ella, et. al?
> I think no one even knows them. Look at Ubuntu - they don't ever
> publicly call Feisty Fawn "Ubuntu 7.04," so that's what the customers
> call it.
> If WordPress 2.2 headlines said: "WordPress Zippy Zebra Released" that's
> what people would call it. But they read the headlines, it says:
> "WordPress 2.2 Released!"
> something something lorem epsum something something
> BTW, WordPress 2.2 is codename "Zippy Zebra"
> Go download WordPress 2.2
> No wonder people call it WordPress 2.2 or WP22 for short :P
> (And, yes, I do use DVORAK.. See how beautiful all those clustered
> vowels look? :P)
> (And WTF is wrong with GnuPG? "Problem with Agent" even when I try it
> without --use-agent.... Maybe I'll start using Ciphire instead.. or go
> back to Windows[!] - so excuse this unsigned message.)
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