Naming The Ubuntu 13.10 Release from the Irish LoCo perspective

Naming The Ubuntu 13.10 Release from the Irish LoCo perspective

Guest post from Barry Burke:

Naming The Ubuntu 13.10 Release.

Ubuntu is code-named around 6 months in advance of every released at around the time of the previous release. Ubuntu is known for its outrages names of a Adjective followed by an animal.
Suggestions are allowed by anybody with a standard Ubuntu account.. Just submit idea

I have often seen a name and it would have suggested by a group beside it (here you can also explain what the animal and the adjective are) I propose we put our minds together.Send in a few suggestions to the mailing list and decide on 1 or more for the 13.10 release. The Letter is S this time around. It would be great if we got a Irish connection to the name of ubuntu 13.10 release and would be a great boost to the loco team.

As Already talked about on the Irc Meting and the Ubuntu Ireland Mailing list
The Suggestions we have Are:

Supreme Sionnach
– pronounced shun-ach. Sionnach is an irish for a red fox or Madra Rua.
That was suggested by Tommy on the Mailing list.

He Also suggested Sublime sionnach
sublime: Of such excellence, grandeur, or beauty as to inspire great admiration or awe.

Victor9098 suggested on irc Sinuous Sionnach

If you have any more of them why not post to the mailing list or here and we can discuss it on irc

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