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DangerGround wrote:SparklingWine, Sekt or Champagne
basicly it's the same, important point is, it's fermentated twice, wine is only once, so it's kind of superior to it
I think it is on purpose, since in English Porto wine is just "Port wine" (w/o the "o").Lone_Rifle wrote:Probably counts as a double post, but I feel WinePort sounds a lot less clumsy than abragin's proposal of PortWine.
Why would there be any problems with that? Both projects are GPL and Arwinss code is available. Although we could use their ideas and manpower.Lone_Rifle wrote:Perhaps consult with the Wine guys regarding this, since it involves their libraries and they may have some ideas,
Indeed this might be tricky, and while it sound ridiculous to be able to copyright a generic word, a certain software company was successful in enforcing it on their brand of transparent openings in walls.Lone_Rifle wrote:more importantly, reservations about the use of their name on a derivative project?
How about WinePortOS then?Lone_Rifle wrote:As a native English speaker, PortWine sounds a little cumbersome compared to WinePort.
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