[gst-devel] 0.9 status
ensonic at hora-obscura.de
Fri Aug 26 05:13:50 CEST 2005
what about 'tin', though 'zinc' would be fine with me too?
On the other hand if we would use 'gold','silver','bronce' (or 'copper')
then for most people the order would be ovious. ,
Thomas Vander Stichele schrieb:
> On Thu, 2005-08-25 at 09:15 -0600, Darren Blaser wrote:
>>Mike's suggestion of gold, plutonium and lead is my personal favorite of
>>the "fun" style names. The boring sensible side of me likes the names
>>good, afflicted and bad...
> I like gold, X and lead too. I'd prefer something shorter than
> plutonium - maybe zinc ?
> I also thought of white, grey/gray and black, but the other has more
> room for expansion.
> If anyone knows a good short material name that possibly is thought to
> be extractable from lead and indicates some semblance of restriction,
> let me know.
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