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steeb
2010-11-18, 12:35 AM
No, he has put it in the 'too hard basket'.

Those two seem a bit too 'mythtv'

Can't be 'too hard'. As a failed campaign manager I think this needs to be sorted and can't stay in the basket :D

So what's wrong with competing with myth?

Steeb

ACTCMS
2010-11-18, 12:53 AM
Can't be 'too hard'. As a failed campaign manager I think this needs to be sorted and can't stay in the basket :D

So what's wrong with competing with myth?

SteebLet's just call it NextPVR (or NPVR for short) and be done with it... that's what we are all calling it after all...

IMHO NPVR doesn't need to compete...

"A rose by any other name would smell as sweet..."

steeb
2010-11-18, 01:01 AM
Let's just call it NextPVR (or NPVR for short) and be done with it... that's what we are all calling it after all...

IMHO NPVR doesn't need to compete...

"A rose by any other name would smell as sweet..."

Grow the Roses of success! Personally I hate it (name NextPVR, nPVR etc (and it does put a farcical element into this whole poll as NPVR etc didn't win) ) but I would 100% agree, if that is the name then it is so called, then squirrels that make documenting it could squirrel and not BADGER!)

However when you say does not need to compete? Is there some clinky shoe thing going on? I believe that g3pvr (whatever) DOES need to compete) Unfortunately for better or worse that is now the way the world works.....

Steeb

steeb
2010-11-18, 01:05 AM
Oh addendum, can't edit poll posts. I still think this is not a PVR, this is soooo old hat (PVR), with NPVR and .ts and digital side surely this became a DVR????

Steeb

Fatman_do
2010-11-18, 11:27 PM
SubMC .....Sub MediaCentre <Domain is Not taken

kruglovus
2010-11-23, 07:06 PM
I read the whole thread, and as I was reading the last page this name came to me:

SubBlue

And here is why I like it:
- The name does not have to tell what it is and what it does. Apple is not a fruit harvesting company, Opera has nothing to do with classic music and signing, HandBrake is far from being a stopping mechanism, etc. If the name is easy to pronounce, to spell, and to remember, it will stick.
- The name is quite short, which sub likes.
- Blue is the default color of the interface, and also the name of skin.
- I think it's a good idea to commemorate the creator in the product name. And having sub in the name can add another layer of meaning.
- In most cases sub means something below standard, worse than others. But in case of SubBlue, IMHO, it does not have a bad connotation. In fact, it sounds like infrared or ultraviolet. It's something below the blue, behind the blue skin, it's the software that does magical things, dressed up in the pleasant blue user interface. It's SubBlue!

Unfortunately, the domain subblue.com (http://subblue.com) is taken :( (by Tom Beddard's blog about mathematical and generative graphics). SubBlue.tv and several others are available. But if sub wants the domain name to be in .com, then SubBlu.com is available. Actually, SubBlu reminds me of Blu-Ray disc, which is not too far away from PVR and Media Center.
Also, 2 letters "B" together might be somewhat difficult to pronounce, but that did not stop now famous Deep Blue computer chess engine.

P.S. A general note about the name picking: We are looking for something short, easy to remember and pronounce (which "something-pvr" is not), and available in .com. In this case we are 10-15 years late to the game of domain registration. For example, bluetv.com, blue.tv, bluemc.com (as in Media Center, but there is a DJ/singer named Blue MC), bluehub.com, bluebox.com are all taken.

P.P.S. BluePVR.com is available. IMHO, it's not as good as SubBlue, but better than NextPVR or G3PVR. Also, BlueSet.com is available.

P.P.P.S. About Blue Moon it's a Belgian-style ale beer, one of my favorites.

chewy747
2010-11-24, 05:09 PM
P.P.S. BluePVR.com is available. IMHO, it's not as good as SubBlue, but better than NextPVR or G3PVR. Also, BlueSet.com is available.



hmm... bluepvr doesnt sound half bad

McBainUK
2010-11-24, 05:28 PM
Although it sounds like a way of recording and watching dirty (blue) movies...

chewy747
2010-11-24, 06:18 PM
Although it sounds like a way of recording and watching dirty (blue) movies...

never heard that. maybe from the uk?

sub
2010-11-24, 06:25 PM
"blue movies" typically means porn in this part of the world too, though I havnt heard it used in a few years.

chewy747
2010-11-24, 07:08 PM
"blue movies" typically means porn in this part of the world too, though I havnt heard it used in a few years.

hmmm... learned something new

johnsonx42
2010-11-24, 10:47 PM
blue is a well known term here too, but less common in recent years. perhaps chewy has been sheltered ;)

gEd
2010-11-25, 12:33 AM
Choose another colour !

As I mentioned earlier in this thread, I am a fan of an abstract name (such as handbrake) rather than "something-PVR".

If Sub has a vision for an application that does more than record TV shows,, then we are into "media centre" / HTPC, not "PVR" territory. And just to be literal about PVR for a moment:-

Personal - No, with the media extenders and web server, the app brings media to the whole family.
Video - Well it also handles music, photos and weather
Recorder - Actually playback is a very significant aspect of npvr as well as its recording capabilities. Playback over extenders, the client, DVD, web server, blueray (hopefully).

cu

steeb
2010-11-25, 12:56 AM
Choose another colour !

As I mentioned earlier in this thread, I am a fan of an abstract name (such as handbrake) rather than "something-PVR".

If Sub has a vision for an application that does more than record TV shows,, then we are into "media centre" / HTPC, not "PVR" territory. And just to be literal about PVR for a moment:-

Personal - No, with the media extenders and web server, the app brings media to the whole family.
Video - Well it also handles music, photos and weather
Recorder - Actually playback is a very significant aspect of npvr as well as its recording capabilities. Playback over extenders, the client, DVD, web server, blueray (hopefully).

cu

Aarrrgghhh, I promised myself I wouldn't post again on this thread. What am I doing! Totally agree with gEd on nearly all points....

I don't believe this is just a PVR, and I think that is very 'old hat'.

One word has been running through my mind about this the last couple of days

Cube

don't know why, actually means nothing :D

CubeMC
CubeDVR
CubePVR

all available

no colours there (but no Sub or GB either :( )

Steeb

steeb
2010-11-25, 01:21 AM
Forgot we can't edit this thread!

Even weirder suggestion:

Cubebus

Could be pronounced coo-b-boose

(got Sub's name in backward's.) I like that 'cos it sort of looks like Latin or something, but really means nothing at all. Please someone tell me to stop posting on this thread and I'll do my best :D

kruglovus
2010-11-29, 08:15 PM
I thought this info was so relevant.
From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digsby:

Name and Mascot

The name Digsby was thought of as a name that was simple, easy to spell and remember, something that sounded like fun, and most importantly, something that had yet to be registered as a .com domain name. The Digsby mascot was designed by Hewlett Packard's Logoworks. The idea was to have an actual mascot, rather than just a logo. Quoting Steve [Shapiro, founder],
"We really liked Digsby because we could have a mascot instead of just a logo - someone who would be Digsby."

If we want to make a clean start, i.e. no PVR, MC, or any other abbreviations, that is the way to go - create a word, simple, easy to spell and remember.

I could not shake the old baggage of GB-PVR yet, so I played a bit with G and B, and found a couple available .com domains:
geemby
granbo

SteveTyrakowski
2010-11-29, 09:28 PM
If we want to make a clean start, i.e. no PVR, MC, or any other abbreviations, that is the way to go - create a word, simple, easy to spell and remember.

I could not shake the old baggage of GB-PVR yet, so I played a bit with G and B, and found a couple available .com domains:
geemby
granbo

If Going for something more generic, I still like my previous suggestion:

gWiz

Reddwarf
2010-11-30, 06:46 AM
When Eastman founded his photographic film company he said: "... and the name is Kodak because it is a good word and it does not mean anything".

I'm not fond of including a coulor in the name, people assosiate different things with colours in different cultures. But if we should choose a name considering what the product does, something like DvrNow! is a short, easy pronounced name wich also sounds loud. And it IS a digital video recorder.

On the other hand, with all the plugins it is also an information center (weather, RSS reader etc), so maybe someone can come up with a short, easy name thet reflects both these aspects.

dljones8053
2010-11-30, 01:32 PM
Ok I was not going to post again either but it seems most want to move away from PVR Something so in that case lets look at something MMC or MMC something, MMC standing for "Mult-Media Center". Reason is this app does more then just record TV, it supports multi video types, music and photos not counting all the plugins it support as well so I think we should be looking at it being some type of MMC. Have no idea at this time what MMC is should be called but something to think about.

dj

kruglovus
2010-11-30, 04:03 PM
Now I am torn. I looked at the competition and noticed that GB-PVR is an established brand, so maybe it's a good idea to keep the GB in the name. For example, GB-MMC. Though, it is dangerously close to XBMC.

But having a new clean name (like Kodak) is good. For example, geebber or geebr. Both available in .com. geeber.com is taken. (Yes, I know, it sounds like jibber)

Or maybe we can take an abbreviation and insert vowels to make easy to pronounce. For example, mumecen or MuMeCen , as in Multi-Media Center. Works for modem (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modem).

P.S. I remembered the term 10-foot (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/10-foot_user_interface), but 10foot.com is taken.

Reddwarf
2010-11-30, 06:52 PM
I feel that the term MMC is too close to Windows MediaCenter, and that gives bad vibrations for all who has struggeled with it and torn out their hair in the process. What about GBDVR?

MixMan
2010-12-01, 03:07 AM
My suggestion is MediaPVR. Tha domain name is avaliable.

gEd
2010-12-01, 12:00 PM
My suggestion is MediaPVR. Tha domain name is avaliable.

I would have gambled that name had already been suggested but I was wrong. How did we miss that one! Of the "PVR" type names, this one is probably my favorite.

steeb
2010-12-01, 11:49 PM
Eeeks,

I find myself on this thread again :D

how about air?

Now of course as a name for a Media Centre it means nothing....

But Air is quite important, for most of us.

I still think more a DVR than a PVR.

airdvr?

Steeb

steeb
2010-12-01, 11:51 PM
Oh and keep forgetting can't edit this thread, there's a nod there to J L Baird who kind of helped to make TV....

Steeb

whurlston
2010-12-02, 11:00 PM
how about air?
..
airdvr?


I see a lot of "I thought this was for Macs" comments ahead. ;)

steeb
2010-12-02, 11:21 PM
I see a lot of "I thought this was for Macs" comments ahead. ;)

I missed that what is air to a Mac user?

steeb
2010-12-02, 11:26 PM
Just looked it up, yup OK Air no good, maybe... :D

cheers

Steeb

steeb
2010-12-21, 11:14 PM
To all a very good and splendid Merry Christmas, coming soon :D

how about Earth?

Could stand for anything really. But it would never be forgotten!

EarthPVR

Well if we don't try ;)

best wishes to all

steeb

forzaKGB
2010-12-22, 08:40 AM
I kind of like a suggestion made in the thread but as far as I can see it is left uncommented:

MyPVR (not exactly correct but could be shortened to: μPVR)

steeb
2010-12-22, 11:06 AM
I kind of like a suggestion made in the thread but as far as I can see it is left uncommented:

MyPVR (not exactly correct but could be shortened to: μPVR)

+ 1 but mypvr.com is taken :(

forzaKGB
2010-12-22, 01:20 PM
Oh, didn't check. Of course that is taken...

A pity though as I like it.

steeb
2010-12-22, 01:40 PM
Oh, didn't check. Of course that is taken...

A pity though as I like it.

Yeh this is what I think has been so difficult, checking against available domains!


could be shortened to: μPVR)

I for one really like that too! μPVR

Shame that character cannot be used in domain names!

Steeb

DennyS
2010-12-29, 06:28 PM
AweMC
AwePVR
AweDVR
Awe<insert acronym of choice>

From http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/awe


Definition of AWE
1: an emotion variously combining dread, veneration, and wonder that is inspired by authority or by the sacred or sublime <stood in awe of the king> <regard nature's wonders with awe>

Ok, so it doesn't inspire dread but it at least hits on veneration and wonder and to some it may even be sacred. Plus, the domain seems open for any Awe acronym so desired.

kruglovus
2011-01-03, 04:54 PM
μ letter is usually represented by u, in domain names that is, but upvr.com is taken.


AweMC
AwePVR
AweDVR
Awe<insert acronym of choice>

From http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/awe


Ok, so it doesn't inspire dread but it at least hits on veneration and wonder and to some it may even be sacred. Plus, the domain seems open for any Awe acronym so desired.
AweSub !!! :)

NumberFive
2011-01-03, 08:56 PM
I've been thinking:

NovaPVR

Terms and conditions: Disassemble??? NOOO!!!!! No disassemble NovaPVR!!!

(clue, my forum screenname :P)

johnsonx42
2011-01-04, 01:21 AM
Newton Crosby! Come, we are wasting valueless time!

steeb
2011-01-04, 01:29 AM
Newton Crosby! Come, we are wasting valueless time!

In a galaxy far far away I think I remember Sub mentioning that he would like to get the name right. In a galaxy and world that is much closer 'valueless time' is spot on. I never should have voted for none of the above :D Or asked if other names would be considered. Makes working with a team designing a website for an as yet unnamed software release very difficult :)

Steeb

so is it g3pvr?

Snooze
2011-01-04, 01:43 AM
Pvrgb :d

ACTCMS
2011-01-04, 02:03 AM
In a galaxy far far away I think I remember Sub mentioning that he would like to get the name right.Sometimes one can look in as many galaxies as one can find and still never come up with anything better than what one first thought of... npvr...

steeb
2011-01-04, 02:06 AM
Sometimes one can look in as many galaxies as one can find and still never come up with anything better than what one first thought of... npvr...

Indeed Alex, but look at the vote! It went g3pvr :eek:

Steeb

ACTCMS
2011-01-04, 02:17 AM
Indeed Alex, but look at the vote! It went g3pvr :eek:

SteebI call it nextpvr (or npvr for short) - what do you call it? :)

Governments have been formed on on a smaller percentage of the vote - come to think of it, who said anything about it being a democracy anyway...:p

steeb
2011-01-04, 02:32 AM
I call it nextpvr (or npvr for short) - what do you call it? :)

Governments have been formed on on a smaller percentage of the vote - come to think of it, who said anything about it being a democracy anyway...:p

No democracy really. Sub just wants a name. Of course he can overide his own poll. Is that a welcoming thing? How would the greatest poll ever undertaken for the best home entertainement software ever written be snipped and disavowed? Is that not a bit like Caligula honouring his horse in the senate?

g3pvr has won the poll surely?

'npvr' name workeable but not NextPVR surely? Which is the only domain Sub can get. NPVR.com gone gone nextpvr.com Sub's

Steeb

steeb
2011-01-04, 02:46 AM
Forgot can't edit this thread :D

Totally when I read it back, came out wrong! Kind of got the thrust but not the intention :D

Steeb

ACTCMS
2011-01-04, 02:59 AM
A poll is just a poll - and as in most polls, a large percentage of respondents would vote differently a few weeks/months later - google npvr or nextpvr and we are already near the top of the list. If I was a bookmaker, I'd already have closed the book.

steeb
2011-01-04, 03:01 AM
A poll is just a poll - and as in most polls, a large percentage of respondents would vote differently a few weeks/months later - google npvr or nextpvr and we are already near the top of the list. If I was a bookmaker, I'd already have closed the book.

Alex, wise words from a wise man :D

Steeb

ACTCMS
2011-01-04, 03:06 AM
Alex, wise words from a wise man :D

SteebOr more likely just the ramblings of an old man ;)

steeb
2011-01-04, 03:11 AM
Or more likely just the ramblings of an old man ;)

OK, well OLD and WISE :D ;)

johnsonx42
2011-01-04, 03:19 AM
Of all the alternate suggestions, NovaPVR is the first one in a LONG time I haven't hated. I think I still like NextPVR, but NovaPVR is pretty good.

steeb
2011-01-04, 03:25 AM
Of all the alternate suggestions, NovaPVR is the first one in a LONG time I haven't hated. I think I still like NextPVR, but NovaPVR is pretty good.

Nova PVR domain is not taken from what I can see. As a short it would still be NPVR. But may be better as a domain? novapvr rather than nextpvr which for me always sucked? Anything with 'next' in gets me twitchy :D Of course that is just me and very personal. Many other users love 'next'.

Hmmm novapvr?

?????

steeb
2011-01-04, 03:44 AM
I've been thinking:

NovaPVR

Terms and conditions: Disassemble??? NOOO!!!!! No disassemble NovaPVR!!!

(clue, my forum screenname :P)

Number five is alive :D

+ 1 for nova

sub
2011-01-04, 06:45 AM
Picking a new name is still in my too hard basket for now, so there is a good chance it'll be left as-is, just so I dont have to make a decision. Whatever I pick, I'm in a no win situation, with a significant number of users having posted how passionately they disliked the other option.

I was quite happy with NextPVR as the offical name, abbreviated to NPVR, with nextpvr.com as the domain name. I would have preferred npvr.com, but it was taken. The term "npvr" has been used before for related products in the same field, which is a concern to me.

I was also happy with g3pvr.com and G3PVR, as it paid homage to where the project started out, and also represented a 3rd generation of the product. I kind of went off g3pvr for a while there, but I'm not as off it as I was. It did have the advantage of being a unique name.

I did also take nowpvr.com, when I briefly considered NowPVR, also abbreviated to NPVR, since some people seemed passionately against 'Next' in the name. I'd thought 'Next' implied future, when it was already here 'now'. Had the advantage of still being 'NPVR', which would remove the need to rename any components (DLLs etc). Sick of the whole idea of picking a name though, so gave up thinking about it further.

I also liked the 'substation' name that was suggested by someone earlier in the thread, but being unable to get substation.com made it less attractive to me.

For the record, I have no interest in substituting "PVR" for "DVR", since these mean exactly the same to me, and neither implies anything better or sounds any cooler in my book. It'd been PVR since it's beginning, so substituting DVR seemed a bit pointless.

imilne
2011-01-04, 10:04 AM
I still like G3PVR.

Maybe you could rotate the name on a monthly basis. Like the number plate on Bond's car :D

Reddwarf
2011-01-04, 10:11 AM
Nah, just call it NamelessPVR :D

NumberFive
2011-01-04, 12:22 PM
lol, well done johnsonx42, steeb. I thought that might have been a bit too abstract! :D

SubStation is an awesome name, shame the domain isn't available.

toboR
2011-01-04, 02:31 PM
Nah, just call it NamelessPVR :D

:D Brilliant!

How about "NameItYerselfPVR"?

Snooze
2011-01-04, 02:56 PM
I owned a small cruiser style boat a while back. I launched it without officially naming it first. On her maiden voyage I got a call over the two-way radio with a name I wasnt crazy about (it was meant to be a joke ~ Doc Bangar... get it??). Changing its name after the maiden voyage is supposed to be bad luck so I left it as is and ordered her insignia with that name to display on her stern.

Why not just leave things as they are? PVRX2 is in the GBPVR folder, NPVR is in its own. The web site has a pretty good segregation of the two (good idea before it got out of hand). Is there a concern of overload on the website? PVRX2 existed on the legacy GBPVR website for a very long time...

I havent migrated yet, but as I understand they both can be installed on one machine with no conflict as long as no recordings conflict between the two. I see everyone is referring to it as NPVR anyway.

I support Sub if he decides to just leave everything as it is now.

gEd
2011-01-04, 09:36 PM
SubStation is an awesome name, shame the domain isn't available.

thank you ...:-D (post #74)... shame I didn't check for the domain first.

Totalpvr ? google shows totaldvr in use but not totalpvr. in fact google totalpvr.com and the the first result is a thread on this forum!! It must be fate.!

UncleJohnsBand
2011-01-05, 03:18 AM
Could go with.... thePVR perfect statement in one word......

stustunz
2011-01-05, 03:58 AM
Gopvr

ElihuRozen
2011-01-05, 04:20 AM
Could go with.... thePVR perfect statement in one word......

I think I suggested that a long time ago. I really like it.

ShiningDragon
2011-01-05, 04:38 PM
Let me see... i am using npvr 90 percent as mediacenter and 10 percent as pvr. I am just unabled to suggest any pvr related name. This software is much more than this. :D

roy
2011-01-05, 05:01 PM
Ya know, I think I like "thePVR". In our house it is called "the PVR", it can be pronounced to rhyme with G-PVR, you could rotate the old logo and cross the G to make a T.

Looks like thepvr.com is taken (but might be available), How about thepvr.tv?

chewy747
2011-01-05, 06:22 PM
how about gpvr. that is what my wife always calls it anyways.

whurlston
2011-01-06, 07:52 AM
At this point, I'd be willing to switch my vote to G3PVR if it will bring closure to the issue for sub. :D

truks
2011-01-15, 08:25 PM
N3pvr

johnsonx42
2011-01-15, 10:04 PM
Has anyone noticed that NextPVR is gaining ground in the poll? I don't recall the precise numbers, but a month or two ago the numbers were better than 2 to 1 in favor of g3pvr whereas now it's approaching a 60-40 split. In politics they still call that a landslide, but it seems to suggest that new users (the likely recent voters) are much more in favor of NextPVR compared to the early voters who perhaps tended to be more sentimental about a name similar to GB-PVR.

Barsk
2011-01-16, 12:45 PM
As NPVR is getting more and more rooted in the community, one way to solve this issue is to keep the short name NPVR and find a good long name for the N. I propose New instead of the Next.

NPVR = NewPVR.

That way Sub can settle on a name that works Ok and keep the NPVR shortname.
The domain name newpvr.com seems to be free as well. I think this is a good solution.

NumberFive
2011-01-17, 09:52 PM
A good long name for the N? I propose:

NebulaphobiaPVR

:)

Agent24
2011-02-23, 06:50 AM
I would have said GB-PVR 2 but nPVR is fine too. G3PVR is a bit of a mouthful.

But really I don't care, it's just a name, as long as it works I don't mind!

dljones8053
2011-02-23, 12:57 PM
If npvr was taken already why not use nxpvr.com it is not ?

NumberFive
2011-02-23, 08:38 PM
Actually, NXPVR is really quite nice.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cywy4soWg2A

pathomas
2011-02-26, 03:58 AM
My $0.02 worth - How about calling the software "Portico" (an entryway to our entertainment/information media). The short name could be P2VR (PPVR.com has been taken) for Portico PVR.

johnsonx42
2011-07-12, 08:15 PM
So my vote for the name ultimately comes back to "NextPVR" as the common name, "NPVR" for short, and "NextPVR Mediacenter" as the full, complete name (or Mediacentre if you must).

I'm sure we all want to laud my prescience for being the first to suggest what appears to have become the final full name of NPVR - the graphic at the top of the forum clearly says "NextPVR mediacentre".

sub
2011-07-12, 08:26 PM
As far as I'm concerned, its called NextPVR. The "mediacenter" part of the name is just there because I could be bothered asking steeb to remove it when he asked me to post the logo. I'd rather chew my arm off than keep talking about the application name :D (Sorry!). Nothing I've produced has this in the name.

imilne
2011-07-12, 08:32 PM
The title bar of the app still shows "nPVR", and the settings screen show "N-PVR". Not that I care (I always liked G3PVR), but the System plugin currently lists the app's version, and I'd like to know whether NextPVR, nPVR, or N-PVR should be used there.

Maybe I should just randomize them :D

Iain

sub
2011-07-12, 08:57 PM
The title bar of the app still shows "nPVR", and the settings screen show "N-PVR". Not that I care (I always liked G3PVR), but the System plugin currently lists the app's version, and I'd like to know whether NextPVR, nPVR, or N-PVR should be used there.I've fixed the Settings screen to say NextPVR for the next release of the application. The inconsistency was really from the early days when I wasnt exactly sure what I was going to call it, and I just hadnt got around to going back and updating it. (In the forums I'll call it either NextPVR or NPVR, the latter of which is just a shortening of the name for convenience.)

I havnt changed the nPVR in the main window, because I'm worred about it breaking remote control support, since most people use external utilities that specifically look for that title bar. I guess I'll have to do that change at some stage though.

Fredo
2011-07-15, 12:01 AM
G3pvr for me sub
It shows its PVR and 3 generation
Quite cool really

steeb
2011-07-15, 12:32 AM
As far as I'm concerned, its called NextPVR. The "mediacenter" part of the name is just there because I could be bothered asking steeb to remove it when he asked me to post the logo. I'd rather chew my arm off than keep talking about the application name :D (Sorry!). Nothing I've produced has this in the name.

It is a logo. We have been round and round and round again :D

I'm with sub because every time he asks me to change something I have to/or ask others to change it all over again. What we have is what we have. This has gone round and round. We have decisons. They may not be right. But they may not be wrong. This has to end now :D

Sub has agreed to end it with a decision
We have worked our best to deliver the decision

and quite frankly this has all been discussed before, and this saga has gone on for 6 months.

The only person that I would listen to and take advice from at this point is sub

steeb

(had to say that sub because I saw my name used in a post :D )

johnsonx42
2011-07-15, 12:50 AM
what say we give me 40 lashes for resuscitating this thread with an ultimately pointless comment, and go ahead and close it without further comment.

steeb
2011-07-15, 12:55 AM
what say we give me 40 lashes for resuscitating this thread with an ultimately pointless comment, and go ahead and close it without further comment.

No lashes, in fact is there such a thing as you can give lashes? If so I give you minus 40 lashes :D Can you use up your count and they be lashed to others?

If their were no disdainers I would vote for closing this thread for ever :D

steeb

mvallevand
2011-07-15, 01:01 AM
On the SageTV forums sub wrote this "The name is officially NextPVR, but a lot people shorten it to NPVR."

Move on.

Martin

sub
2011-07-15, 01:20 AM
Closed :D