[EuroPython] europython poster
steve at canonical.com
Mon Mar 20 12:29:03 CET 2006
Michael Hudson wrote:
> Jacob Hallén <jacob at strakt.com> writes:
>> fredagen den 17 mars 2006 16.39 skrev Michael Hudson:
>>> I have a slightly tangential question: is it EuroPython or Europython?
>>> I've always tended to the former, but the poster and a few places on
>>> the website say the latter. Anyone have any strong opinions?
>> The form I have used consistently is Europython. I prefer it before the
>> camelcase form for aesthetic reasons.
> Hum. I guess I prefer the camelcase form for aesthetic reasons, so we
> have an impasse :) Does anyone else care at all?
I often abbreviate EuroPython to EP. I think the style EuroPython is
more amenable to that than the style Europython.
But I think the style Europython looks more modern and business-like.
It is probably more web 2.0. The style euroPython would be even more
(What is "web 2.0" anyway?)
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