Find a new name for the project formerly known as Ruby.NET


Futher to my post Ruby.NET under development
downunder at QUT
, I got an email today from the team. Looks like they
need a new name for the project.

-----Original Message-----
From: Wayne Kelly
Sent: Friday, 31 March 2006 11:42 AM
To: Frank Arrigo
Subject: Ruby.NET
Dear frank,
Thanks for registering your interest in the Ruby.NET project. We will keep 
you informed of future developments.
At this stage we would like to ask your help in finding a better name for 
the project. It seems Ruby.NET has been used by similar projects. We would
prefer something unique, so that a Google search should find only pages
related to our project. Only restriction is that it still needs to have
Ruby somewhere in the title.
Please post your suggestions on our WIKI at:
http://www.plas.fit.qut.edu.au/Wiki/Projects/Ruby/Public/ProjectName.html
You can also post general comments and questions at:
http://www.plas.fit.qut.edu.au/Wiki/Projects/Ruby/Public/CommentsAndQuestions.html
We look forward to hearing from you & 
(Please contact me if you wish to be removed from this email list).
Cheers, Wayne.

So put your thinking caps on and help them out !

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Comments (12)
  1. Garry Trinder says:

    "NotRubyNet",

    "BestRubyNet"

    🙂

  2. ac says:

    Joining IronPython to start a trend… 🙂

  3. Chris Gilbert says:

    Hey-Ruby-Baby.net !!

  4. arjun says:

    how about ‘Rubissimo’

  5. Michael says:

    Seems RubyCLR is taken, but how about CLRuby, or NRuby.

  6. CtrlAltDel says:

    Ruby In The Sky With Diamonds .NET?

  7. Garry Trinder says:

    Ruby#

  8. Anonymous says:

    As some other Microsoft bloggers have noted, this ‘Ruby.NET’ project looks very interesting…

    So, is…

  9. Anonymous says:

    Last

    week I looked at my top 5 posts as reported by BlogBeat

    Now, I’ve expanded this to the…

  10. Anonymous says:

    Got this email from Wayne yesterday. Excellent News.  Great to see this project moving along, and it…

  11. Anonymous says:

    It’s always nice to find little treasures in the inbox, especially one that is part of a continuing story

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