Reorderer components' name change
erin.yu at utoronto.ca
Wed Sep 24 17:22:58 UTC 2008
Thanks everyone for your feedback.
I agree, Image Reorderer sounds more intuitive to me as well.
+1 on Layout Reorderer
+1 on Image Reorderer
I'll start going through the wiki and reflect these changes this
On 24-Sep-08, at 12:35 PM, Allison Bloodworth wrote:
> +1 on Layout Reorderer
> +1 on Image Reorderer
> Lightbox Reorderer to me sounds like something to re-order Lightboxes
> (not the images within them). :) I think the suggestion of Thumbnail
> Reorderer probably reflects the fact that we are all intimately
> familiar with what these components do. To others coming to the
> project to use components for the first time, the name may be
> confusing. Image Reorderer seems much less ambiguous.
> On Sep 24, 2008, at 8:26 AM, Gary Thompson wrote:
>> +1 on both name changes.
>> Maybe Thumbnail Reorderer could be Image Reorderer?
>> Erin Yu wrote:
>>> The new names for the Reorderer components have been suggested a
>>> couple of times recently.
>>> The responses have been positive, but no actions have been taken, so
>>> here's a quick recap:
>>> The two family members of the Reorderer (Lightbox and Layout
>>> Customizer) have rather ambiguous names, and we would like to give
>>> them self-explanatory and consistent names to make it easier for
>>> whomever visiting our wiki.
>>> I heard from a lot of you that it would be a good idea to change...
>>> *Lightbox ** **--->** **Thumbnail Reorderer*
>>> *Layout Customizer** **--->** **Layout Reorderer*
>>> and the List Reorderer would keep its lovely name.
>>> If you have any concerns, please let me know tomorrow. If not, I'll
>>> ahead and make these changes on the wiki towards the end of day
>>> tomorrow (Wednesday). :)
>>> Erin, your wiki janitor
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