Fedora 16 will not be a Beefy Miracle
The Fedora community has voted on the name for the next major release of this Linux distribution.
There were some 2,204 votes cast for the winner...
I personally had thought that, Beefy Miracle would win, but that name only ended up with 1,662 votes. Beefy Miracle had been making a name for itself with an active Twitter feed that I have enjoyed following.
There is also a project page supporting the campaign for Beefy Miracle. I've never seen so much effort and marketing going behind a potential name.
It's a real shame that it didn't win.
But why didn't it win? Is it a question of Fedora voters not wanting to 'relish' in the Beefy Miracle name? Or am I missing something and is Verne cooler?
Maybe the idea is to go, Around the World in 80 days with Linux?