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Hi Italo, all,

Italo Vignoli wrote on 13-10-16 15:34:
Actually, the concept name might be different from MUFFIN (an acronym
for MUltiple Form Factor INterface). I am working on the topic, and we
will discuss some alternatives soon with the design team.

I've missed the discussion on this, so don't know what the status is.
But the subject kept popping up now and then in my subconsciouses. Is it
that MUFFIN is/was the idea for a name for the notebookbar? Or for the
whole concept that allows maximum user freedom?
When thinking about the notebookbar, it's been hard for me to think of
Muffin as a proper name, from the first time that I saw it. It's only
now that I can explain why: UI elements, panels, bars in LibreOffice
have a descriptive, exact name. The Navigator isn't called JAPOF (Jump
to Any Part OF the File) .. to give an example.
But as name for the whole flexible concept, I think Muffin or alike is
great. For the Notebookbar.. Maybe Free Bar, or Main Bar, or .. ??

Anyway, I'll do a poll in my presentation at T-DOSE; look what the
audience comes up with ;)


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