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> On Aug 5, 2019, at 9:36 AM, Jeremy Freudberg <jeremyfreudberg at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> You can drop the Pinyin equivalents from the Mongolian/Russian options
> when drawing up the poll. The Pinyin spelling for those options was
> added to the Wiki document (by me) to match what was done for the GR
> options. I found it important to note that the options which
> conveniently began with U under the typical transliteration systems of
> those languages only did so because those systems are, essentially,
> not Chinese. But, all that said, it's pretty rare to see
> Mongolian/Russian place names written in Pinyin so it would come off
> as a bit of a confusing distraction to actually include the Pinyin
> equivalents in the poll itself.
> 
> Now, my two cents about the poll options:
> - I'm against using GR spelling... regardless of the actual history of
> the use of GR, I've already seen some Chinese contributors state that
> using GR is, at best, weird.

Those will be dropped.

> - I'm against using Mongolian/Manchu/Russian names... I do not see how
> a name from one of these languages is at all representative of
> Shanghai.

The geographic area under consideration was expanded to "all of China" because it was proving too difficult to come up with place names starting with U from within the narrower area surrounding Shanghai. 

> - I'm against using arbitrary English words... "Train" was fine
> because it represented the conference itself and something about our
> community. "Umpire" and "Umbrella" don't represent anything.

My understanding is those items were part of the list produced by the Chinese contributor community via their discussions on wechat. I only removed the ones I thought might have obvious negative connotations, and Iâ??m content to leave the rest in the list and have the voters decide if theyâ??re suitable names.

> - I'm in favor of using English words that describe something about
> the host city or country... for example I think "Urban" is a great
> because Shanghai is by certain metrics one of the most urban areas in
> the world, China has many of the world's largest cities, etc.
> 
> Deciding whether certain options should even appear on the poll is
> outside my responsibility.

Lucky you. ;-)

> 
> 
> 
> On Sat, Aug 3, 2019 at 8:51 PM Doug Hellmann <doug at doughellmann.com> wrote:
>> 
>> Every OpenStack development cycle and release has a code-name. As with everything we do, the process of choosing the name is open and based on input from communty members. The name critera are described in [1], and this time around we were looking for names starting with U associated with China. With some extra assistance from local community members (thank you to everyone who helped!), we have a list of candidate names that will go into the poll. Below is a subset of the names propsed, including those that meet the standard criteria and some of the suggestions that do not. Before we start the poll, the process calls for us to provide a period of 1 week so that any names removed from the proposals can be discussed and any last-minute objections can be raised. We will start the poll next week using this list, including any modifications based on that discussion.
>> 
>> ä¹?é??é?? [GR]:Ujenn [PY]:Wuzhen https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wuzhen
>> 温�� [GR]:Uanjou [PY]:Wenzhou https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wenzhou
>> �衣巷 [GR]:Ui [PY]:Wuyi https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wuyi_Lane
>> 温岭� [GR]:Uanliing [PY]:Wenling https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wenling
>> �海� [GR]:Ueihae [PY]:Weihai https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weihai
>> 微山� [GR]:Ueishan [PY]:Weishan https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nansi_Lake
>> ä¹?è??é??æ±? Ussri https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ussuri_River (the name is shared among Mongolian/Manchu/Russian; this is a common Latin-alphabet transcription of the name. Pinyin would be WÅ«sÅ«lÇ?)
>> ����� Ulanqab https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulanqab (the name is in Mongolian; this is a common Latin-alphabet transcription of the name. Pinyin would be Wūlánchábù)
>> ��浩�� Ulanhot https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulanhot (the name is in Mongolian; this is a common Latin-alphabet transcription of the name. Pinyin would be Wūlánhàotè)
>> ä¹?å?°è??æµ·ç»? Ulansu (Ulansu sea) (the name is in Mongolian)
>> ä¹?æ??ç?¹ä¸­æ?? Urad https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urad_Middle_Banner (the name is in Mongolian; this is a common Latin-alphabet transcription of the name. Pinyin would be WÅ«lÄ?tè)
>> ä¸?/西ä¹?ç? ç©?æ²?æ?? Ujimqin https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ujimqin (the name is in Mongolian; this is a common Latin-alphabet transcription of the name. Pinyin would be WÅ«zhÅ«mùqìn)
>> Ula "Miocene Baogeda Ula" (the name is in Mongolian)
>> Uma http://www.fallingrain.com/world/CH/20/Uma.html
>> Unicorn
>> Urban
>> Unique
>> Umpire
>> Utopia
>> Umbrella
>> Ultimate
>> 
>> [1] https://governance.openstack.org/tc/reference/release-naming.html
>> 
>>