On Fri, Aug 17, 2012 at 02:16:55PM -0400, Jason Guiditta wrote:
>Image management engine is the API for Factory and the data
>associated with images and templates, right?
>Factory wraps Oz. Oz is (I believe) so named because it operates in an
>imaginary land (the virtual machine). You get to Oz via Kansas. So, you
>could call the thing Kansas... or maybe more poetically, "tornado" or
How about dorothy, since she didn't know what she was getting into?
Or toto for that matter? Or perhaps some obscure character few
know? Hugh, I'll rely on you for that part, you always force me to
google your references.
Tin Man somehow sounds like a good name, though I'm struggling to think
of an actual connection.
* Kinds of clowns (or names, bozo, biny, etc) - how fitting would
Fizbo? (Anyone else watch Modern Family?)
* Fish, starting with halibut, of course.
* Roundhouse, to go with the train/conductor theme
* Something about a loading dock, to go with factory theme
Forklift. Used to move things around and out of a factory when they're
done, and powered by an engine.
* Coco-slug - (coco=CrOssClOud, slug = similar chunk naming to
and openshift), take off of coco-puffs, could be a whole cereal
I still like this line of thinking, but "Coco-slug" makes me think of an
infected coconut with slugs coming out of it. Katello also has a -slug
component or two. We'd talked about "CroCoBits" which sounds a little
more cereal-y and a little less infested. Plus the images are "bits".
When I ran cross-country in a former life, it was "XC". We could borrow
that here. xci = Cross-Cloud Images?
* Vaporware! (we should have used this from the beginning..)
This needs to be used somewhere.
Also: "Publicist" -- used to manage one's image. (Obviously for another
sense of the word "image".)