[openstack-dev] [neutron]: Neutron naming legal issues
reedip14 at gmail.com
Fri Apr 1 06:23:33 UTC 2016
Wont that change Neutrinos to Quantum-states /Quantumites.
And not to ponder too much but  is just for reference, in case we would
like to avoid any future issues
 : http://www.quantum.com/terms/index.aspx
On Fri, Apr 1, 2016 at 11:36 AM, Armando M. <armamig at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 31 March 2016 at 22:46, Jimmy Akin <jimmyakin at rambler.ru> wrote:
>> Dear Neutrinos,
>> We've been following the project for quite some time.
>> To our satisfaction the project seems to have done well; the base line of
>> features that were available to the networking component of OpenStack
>> (then nova-network) has grown quite a bit and seem to have gained a
>> successful momentum with the communities, both development and
>> However, Neutron appears to be a trademarked name , and after
>> thoroughly discussing the issue with our and Marvel' legal departments
>> both sides have reached the conclusion that a naming scheme is an
>> obligatory amendment and unfortunately is the only viable option.
>> An obvious resolution to this issue is reverting the old "Quantum" name
>> However, this is subject to change and review from the PTL and as such,
>> we'll shortly propose a relevant change to the review system.
>> We anticipate the review process to be be swift, to avoid further legal
> To be perfectly honest with you, I always liked the 'Quantum' name more.
> With the ongoing release cycle called 'Newton', my hatred for the
> 'Neutron' name has increased, since I keep mispronouncing with 'Neutron'
> and vice versa.
> Therefore I can't express my gratitude enough for this well timed
> proposal. You got my +2, though you got get behind governance change 
> Happy hacking!
> Quantum (formerly known as Newton) PTL
>  https://review.openstack.org/#/c/300274/
>> Jimmy J. Akin,
>> CIO, John F. Kennedy Space Center.
>>  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neutron_(Marvel_Comics)
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Thanks and Regards,
One of the small time contributors in Quantum(?)/Neutron(?)
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