Forum: Typo Recommendation: Unique Name for Typo (perhaps an Alias)

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5f400e38a8ed574db5f5afa60f373470?d=identicon&s=25 Hh Hh (henry74)
on 2011-03-01 04:49
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I'm a long time user of Typo and one of the biggest issues I have is
searching for things related to the blogging software.  For example - if
I
want to do a search on Twitter integration with the Typo 6 I get a
random
assortment of search results which have nothing to do with Typo.

It would be great if there was a unique/alias to reference Typo so we
can do
better effective searching.  This is probably hindering it coming up as
folks look for blogging platforms as well.

Thoughts?
700f9a3b883e6a04d018f48290b1a3fd?d=identicon&s=25 "de Villamil Frédéric" <frederic@de-villamil.com> (Guest)
on 2011-03-02 15:25
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Le 1 mars 2011  04:18, henry74 a crit :

> I'm a long time user of Typo and one of the biggest issues I have is searching
for things related to the blogging software.  For example - if I want to do a
search on Twitter integration with the Typo 6 I get a random assortment of 
search
results which have nothing to do with Typo.
>
> It would be great if there was a unique/alias to reference Typo so we can do
better effective searching.  This is probably hindering it coming up as folks 
look
for blogging platforms as well.
>
> Thoughts?

Hello,

First, thank you for using Typo, it's always cool to hear news from our
users.

The name "Typo" has always been a cause of trouble. There's a well known
PHP CMS called Typo3, Typo stands for typography and so on.

We thought about renaming it at a time (at least 2 or 3 times), but we
never made it, at least because renaming a project is a very long and
tough task if you want people to be aware of it.

Maybe a solution would be to use typoblog as we do on twitter when
tagging our Typo related posts. The other solution would be to write
more doc on our website I guess.

Cheers,
Frdric

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