David Tildesley (JIRA | 5 Feb 21:42 2016
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David Tildesley edited comment on ISIS-1303 at 2/5/16 8:42 PM:
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Hi All,

My suggestion: Apache Jedu

JEDU is "Just Enough Design Upfront" - sweet spot for Apache ISIS as a tool to aid consensus based domain
modelling  - which is JEDU in practice.

N.B. - removed the reference to Czech translation - I got that wrong - sorry. As a Czech sounding verb
equivalent, apparently it may mean "go" / "take a ride".

Remarkably, while easy to pronounce, it really doesn't have any meanings in languages according to Google
search apart from the Czech verb reference.

David.

was (Author: davotnz):
Hi All,

My suggestion: Apache Jedu

JEDU is "Just Enough Design Upfront" - sweet spot for Apache ISIS as a tool to aid consensus based domain
modelling  - which is JEDU in practice.
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Cesar Lugo (JIRA | 5 Feb 21:36 2016
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Cesar Lugo commented on ISIS-1303:
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Jedu, sounds cool, might be playful, starts with J(ava), sounds like Just Do, Java edu. edu starts with e
(enterprise?) and ends with u (you). Cesar.

> Rename the project to better describe its values and purpose
> ------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: ISIS-1303
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ISIS-1303
>             Project: Isis
>          Issue Type: Wish
>    Affects Versions: 1.11.1
>            Reporter: Dan Haywood
>            Assignee: Dan Haywood
>             Fix For: 1.13.0
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>         Attachments: ApacheFarthing.jpg, ApacheFarthing.jpg, ApacheGestalt.jpg
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>
> In the past there have been a couple of discussions regarding renaming the project, the reason generally
cited being the potential embarrassment of sharing a name with the jihadist militant group [1] currently
prominent in the headlines.  After due discussion on the mailing lists the prevailing view has been to
retain our name: "we were here first".  
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David Tildesley (JIRA | 5 Feb 21:23 2016
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David Tildesley edited comment on ISIS-1303 at 2/5/16 8:23 PM:
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Hi All,

My suggestion: Apache Jedu

JEDU is "Just Enough Design Upfront" - sweet spot for Apache ISIS as a tool to aid consensus based domain
modelling  - which is JEDU in practice.

N.B. - removed the reference to Czech translation - I got that wrong - sorry.

David.

was (Author: davotnz):
Hi All,

My suggestion: Apache Jedu

"Jedu" is Czech for "Jet" which invokes the idea of "rapid", "speed".

JEDU is "Just Enough Design Upfront" - sweet spot for Apache ISIS as a tool to aid consensus based domain
modelling  - which is JEDU in practice.

David.
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David Tildesley (JIRA | 5 Feb 21:14 2016
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David Tildesley commented on ISIS-1303:
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Hi All,

My suggestion: Apache Jedu

"Jedu" is Czech for "Jet" which invokes the idea of "rapid", "speed".

JEDU is "Just Enough Design Upfront" - sweet spot for Apache ISIS as a tool to aid consensus based domain
modelling  - which is JEDU in practice.

David.

> Rename the project to better describe its values and purpose
> ------------------------------------------------------------
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>                 Key: ISIS-1303
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ISIS-1303
>             Project: Isis
>          Issue Type: Wish
>    Affects Versions: 1.11.1
>            Reporter: Dan Haywood
>            Assignee: Dan Haywood
>             Fix For: 1.13.0
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Cesar Lugo (JIRA | 5 Feb 18:04 2016
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Cesar Lugo edited comment on ISIS-1303 at 2/5/16 5:04 PM:
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If voting helps, my personal votes:

Apache Ippon
"Win. Now."
Reason: Elegant, straight to the main point, sounds cool. Slogan / tagline derived from meaning avoids the
need for explanations. Calls to action.

Apache Reflect
"From Prototype to Business" or "Domain. Prototype. Business"
Reason: Dan explained reflection over the business domain. Combined a little two of the slogans / taglines.

Apache XA6on
"Don´t be square"
Reason: Emphasis on augmentation through the multiplier effect of the hexagonal architecture  (Your App X
6 ). Slogan calls to think twice the way you do things now (vs other leading frameworks).

Cesar.

was (Author: cesar.lugo@...):
If voting helps, my personal votes:

Apache Ippon
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Cesar Lugo (JIRA | 5 Feb 18:03 2016
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Cesar Lugo commented on ISIS-1303:
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If voting helps, my personal votes:

Apache Ippon
"Win. Now."
Reason: Elegant, straight to the main point, sounds cool. Slogan / tagline derived from meaning avoids the
need for explanations. Calls to action.

Apache Reflect / Reflex
"From Prototype to Business" or "Domain. Prototype. Business"
Reason: Dan explained reflection over the business domain. Combined a little two of the slogans / taglines.

Apache XA6on
"Don´t be square"
Reason: Emphasis on augmentation through the multiplier effect of the hexagonal architecture  (Your App X
6 ). Slogan calls to think twice the way you do things now (vs other leading frameworks).

Cesar.

> Rename the project to better describe its values and purpose
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>                 Key: ISIS-1303
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[jira] [Commented] (ISIS-993) Show different object members on multiple tabs


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ASF subversion and git services commented on ISIS-993:
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Commit f233f418a340c319648f756436265c7368bd3697 in isis's branch refs/heads/ISIS-993 from [~danhaywood]
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ISIS-993: deleting unused fields from CollectionContentsMultipleViewsPanel

> Show different object members on multiple tabs
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>                 Key: ISIS-993
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ISIS-993
>             Project: Isis
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>          Components: Core, Core: Viewer: Wicket
>    Affects Versions: viewer-wicket-1.7.0
>            Reporter: Dan Haywood
>            Assignee: Dan Haywood
>             Fix For: 1.12.0
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> 4-jan-2016:
> Divide the screen into two halves.
> All properties in separate tabs.
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Dan Haywood (JIRA | 5 Feb 12:06 2016
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Dan Haywood commented on ISIS-1303:
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I've summarised all the name ideas thus far on our wiki:

https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/ISIS/Name+ideas

Do continue to add your thoughts onto this issue, and comment/extend the wiki page also.  If you are
especially keen on a particular name, it'd be great if you could start doing some of the checks (eg
trademarks and documenting your findings.

> Rename the project to better describe its values and purpose
> ------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: ISIS-1303
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ISIS-1303
>             Project: Isis
>          Issue Type: Wish
>    Affects Versions: 1.11.1
>            Reporter: Dan Haywood
>            Assignee: Dan Haywood
>             Fix For: 1.13.0
>
>         Attachments: ApacheFarthing.jpg, ApacheFarthing.jpg, ApacheGestalt.jpg
>
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Dan Haywood (JIRA | 5 Feb 09:24 2016
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Dan Haywood commented on ISIS-1303:
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Further name ideas:

on the concept of bridging IT and business
- Apache Bridge ... simply said
- Apache Brunel - victorian engineer responsible for many bridges (as well as railways, ships etc)
- Apache Telford - another engineer, from the 18th century, designer of aforementioned Menai Bridge,
mostly known for roads
- Apache Reach - another term for bridge
- Apache Span - ditto

on concept of the DDD "ubiquitous language" term:
- Apache Ubiq - an abbreviation

on the gardening metaphor (the "Pragmatic Programmer" book from 2002 suggests that gardening is a better
metaphor for systems building than is engineering)
- Apache Vine - linking stuff (people, business, systems) together
- Apache Lancelot - a famous landscape gardener in the UK, responsible for many of the most splendid country
house gardens, was Lancelot "Capability" Brown

On the judo theme suggested by Richard:
- Apache Ippon - does indeed mean an immediate win (like a knockout in boxing)
- Apache Hajime - means "begin" ... successful projects never end?
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Steve Cameron (JIRA | 5 Feb 02:56 2016
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Steve Cameron edited comment on ISIS-1303 at 2/5/16 1:56 AM:
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I like this discussion, to choose a name I suggest to forget about the technical side (e.g hexagon) for a bit
and think of something that has more 'mojo', find a name with good association, even a made-up name (e.g
Microsoft, Facebook). I've previously suggested Apache Driver (Driven, Driverseat, Highway,
Freeway) to Dan and Jeroen. Driver reflects the NO and DDD heritage (does the software drive the business
or the business drive the software, well hopefully both).

In terms of marketing, in general the goal is to provide people with what they want or think they want (i.e.
get a rabbit costume), they are out shopping, have money to spend (figuratively speaking), your
advertising has worked, now you just have to convince them that what you are offering represents the best
value amongst competing alternatives. Good sales-persons can be creative with the truth to achieve
this, but I don't think that is the approach to take here! The buyers will have some technical nouse, but
"closing the sale" is still necessary, you have to get a "decision to action". Again, I've suggested
offering 1 day training courses as one way to do this, as help to "try-before-you-buy" (the videos that Dan
does are a start but can be built upon further).

Maybe Apache River (as in something that flows through a Valley), that might have been the original thought?

was (Author: steve cameron):
I like this discussion, to choose a name I suggest to forget about the technical side (e.g hexagon) for a bit
and think of something that has more 'mojo', find a name with good association, even a made-up name (e.g
Microsoft, Facebook). I've previously suggested Apache Driver (Driven, Driverseat, Highway,
Freeway) to Dan and Jeroen. Driver reflects the NO and DDD heritage (does the software drive the business
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Steve Cameron (JIRA | 5 Feb 01:37 2016
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Steve Cameron edited comment on ISIS-1303 at 2/5/16 12:37 AM:
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I like this discussion, to choose a name I suggest to forget about the technical side (e.g hexagon) for a bit
and think of something that has more 'mojo', find a name with good association, even a made-up name (e.g
Microsoft, Facebook). I've previously suggested Apache Driver (Driven, Driverseat, Highway,
Freeway) to Dan and Jeroen. Driver reflects the NO and DDD heritage (does the software drive the business
or the business drive the software, well hopefully both).

In terms of marketing, in general the goal is to provide people with what they want or think they want (i.e.
get a rabbit costume), they are out shopping, have money to spend (figuratively speaking), your
advertising has worked, now you just have to convince them that what you are offering represents the best
value amongst competiting alternatives. Good sales-persons can be creative with the truth to achieve
this, but I don't think that is the approach to take here! The buyers will have some technical nouse, but
"closing the sale" is still necessary, you have to get a decision to action. Again, I've suggested
offering 1 day training courses as one way to do this, as help to "try-before-you-buy" (the videos that Dan
does are good, but can be built upon further).

Maybe Apache River (as in something that flows through a Valley), that might have been the original thought.

was (Author: steve cameron):
I like this discussion, to choose a name I suggest to forget about the technical side (e.g hexagon) for a bit
and think of something that has more 'mojo', find a name with good association, even a made-up name (e.g
Microsoft, Facebook). I've previously suggested Apache Driver (Driven, Driverseat, Highway,
Freeway) to Dan and Jeroen. Driver reflects the NO and DDD heritage (does the software drive the business
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