AsterAzul wrote:Yeah, he's being a real good sport for having to play the part of everyone's villain.
Poor fellow; he did start the whole damn thing, why are we complaining so much?
Ida wrote:Kirb wrote:
1. Having a fine, sharp cutting edge or point.
2. Having or marked by intellectual quickness and acuity. See Synonyms at sharp.
3. Acutely sensitive: a keen ear.
4. Sharp; vivid; strong.
5. Intense; piercing: a keen wind.
6. Pungent; acrid: A keen smell of skunk was left behind.
a. Ardent; enthusiastic: a keen chess player.
b. Eagerly desirous: keen on going to Europe in the spring.
8. Slang. Great; splendid; fine: What a keen day!
9. A loud, wailing lament for the dead. o-o
Incidentally, the last one was the first definition of 'keen' I learned...
TdotOdot2k wrote:Cause it's a bad name that someone else already took?
Chris Crosby wrote:We're not at all interested in registering Toonspace as a trademark. The whole point of 'space (as opposed to Keenspot) is that it's open to everyone. If we used it, and that's still up for debate, it would be an open source name just as Keenspace would be if not for the brand confusion.
Krug wrote:I think Toonspace isn't too bad. Keenspace says very little.
Ghastly wrote:Hey, I know. Let's call ourselves MicrosoftSpace. Nobody could possibly have any problems with that.
Is Firefox taken?
Ghastly wrote:Yes that Toonspace and Webcomicspace were the best they were able to come up with suggests someone phoned in a couple of names and they took one out of a hat which is generally indicative of the amount of thought and planning that goes into running keenspace.
If we're going to change the name we should change it to something memorable and with energy, not dull and generic. Hell even doombees has a little more pizzaz and personality to it than toonspace. You'd almost think Keen was going out of its way to pick a name that painted the comics on keenspace as dull and lifeless.
If we can't come up with a good name that uses space then simply lose the space. I'd rather have a good name that is memorable than a dull name that uses space.
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