om2008.8 <-> om2008.9 issues
brenda_wang at openmoko.com
Mon Oct 6 12:55:08 CEST 2008
Om means Openmoko.
Just fallow the old naming rules.
Om 2007.2 , released on 2007.feb
Om 2008.8 released on 2008.8
And after 2008.8 released , there will be monthly released .
The released will focus on bug fixed.
Tobias Schoel 提到:
> In Germany, ASU is the abbreviaten of "Abgassonderuntersuchung", which
> translates to "Special Exhaust Gas Examination". This Abbreviation is
> commonly known among car drivers. So I don't think, we should come up
> with a German interpretation of "ASU" for om2008.x.
> And don't make it to complicated for the people new to
> Openmoko/Freerunner. Just call by its most common name, which I think,
> would be 2008.8, 2008.9 and so on. After all, there has to be an
> explanation site, for all possible names for the different
> On Mo, 2008-10-06 at 10:12 +0200, Minh Ha Duong wrote:
>> Le lundi 06 octobre 2008, Alasal a écrit :
>>> I don't agree about the ASU, because ASU stands for 'April/August software
>>> update'. That isn't a good distribution name, don't you think?
>> We are not tied to that. ASU is a three letter code, I suggest to change
>> what it stands for. Companies do that all the time (when they merge, for
>> example), and ASU has been already changed once. ASU could stand for ASU
>> Software Update in the GNU tradition, or something else whoever here can
>> think of, maybe in German or in Chinese ?
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