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[all][tc] U Cycle Naming Poll


Interesting idea. That makes me wonder if we have to pick a name starting
with 'U'. If the rule can be relaxed to allow a name with 'U' as the second
letter, it would be much easier.

Best regards,
Hongbin

On Mon, Aug 5, 2019 at 12:34 PM LIU Yulong <i at liuyulong.me> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> Please allow me to re-post my former proposal here again [1]. Let me quote
> some contents:
> There is no Standard Chinese Pinyin starts with 'U'. So I have a
> suggestion, because we have 'Wu', 'Lu', 'Hu', 'Nu', 'Yu' and so on. How
> about we give the OpenStack version name with letters order of rotation? The
> first word of Pinyin OpenStack version Name will have a sequence
> switching.
> For instance, we can use 'Uw', 'Uy' to represent the Standard Pinyin 'Wu'
> and 'Yu'. Then we will have a lot of choices.
> Here is my list:
> æ?®é??å?º: Uptuo,Putuo District, Shanghai; Can also be the Mount Putuo, æ?®é??å±±
> 浦��: Updong,Pudong District, Shanghai
> å¾?æ±?å?º: Uxhui,Xuhui District, Shanghai
> é??家å?´: Uljiazui,National Financial Center of the Yangtze River Economic
> Belt of China, Shanghai
> æ­¦å??: Uwgong, town of Shaanxi Province, the birthplace of farming
> civilization of the China; pun for Kongfu
> ä¹?é??: Uwzhen, yes, again
> æ¦?æ??: Uylin, City of China, Shaanxi province
> æ? é?¡: Uwxi, City of China, Jiangsu province ç??溪: Uyxi, City of China, Yunnan
> province.
> æ¹?å??ï¼?Uhnan, Hunan Province
> é²?ï¼?Ul, the abbreviation of Shandong Province
>
> Thank you
>
>
> [1]
> http://lists.openstack.org/pipermail/openstack-discuss/2019-February/002706.html
>
>
> LIU Yulong
>
>
> ------------------ Original ------------------
> *From: * "Doug Hellmann"<doug at doughellmann.com>;
> *Date: * Sun, Aug 4, 2019 08:48 AM
> *To: * "openstack-discuss"<openstack-discuss at lists.openstack.org>;
> *Subject: * [all][tc] U Cycle Naming Poll
>
> 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 Wūzhūmùqìn)
> 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
>
>
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