Re: Need Naming Suggestions

Subject: Re: Need Naming Suggestions
From: cjs10 -at- CORNELL -dot- EDU
Date: Mon, 9 Sep 1996 08:00:56 -0400

Well, standard and enhanced sounds okay to me, but probably wouldn't fly
with a marketing/sales person. A lot of companies are using the term
"legacy" to describe their old product. I don't know what that makes the
new one. I think the practice is to call the new one the widget and the
old one the legacy widget.

Joanna

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On Mon, 9 Sep 1996, Dorothy McGovern wrote:

> We're in the process of upgrading our software and we've run into a time
> crunch. Therefore, only a portion of the software package is being
> upgraded for this first release. Other portions will be upgraded in
> subsequent releases.

> Right now we're using the terms "old" and "new" to describe the
> difference between these two types, but that's obviously not going to
> work well when we release the product.

> Any suggestions that you have for these standard and enhanced modules
> would be appreciated? Thanks,

> dmcgovern -at- progsol -dot- com

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