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Re: ANN: GSMBrowser: beta feature.


From: thisguyisi
Subject: Re: ANN: GSMBrowser: beta feature.
Date: Sat, 15 Nov 2003 15:12:00 -0800
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Jason Clouse wrote:
On 2003-11-14 19:51:02 -0800 thisguyisi <address@hidden> wrote:
Or maybe even SambaPool. You could "dive in" to the available shares discovered by the app.

That one sounds good!



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Forgot to include the reason behind suggesting "SambaPool" as a candidate AppName...

The original text from the posting that inspired my suggestion was:

    "this is to announce a beta feature that was requested by Steve Jordal,
    namely broadcast on the LAN to collect available domains. It is no
    longer necessary to enter a domain. The leftmost column of the browser
    displays the available domains.
The method is the same as in the
    script 'findsmb.' "

So, if the leftmost column in the browser view behaves as stated, then you could describe it as displaying a "Pool" (as in grouping) of SMB shares...

To tie the functionality of the application to its title, you could use a different meaning of "pool" (as in swimming pool) to present the concept of the application as behaving like a "springboard" for you to "dive in" to the "pool" of shares.

You could even use a diver with "SMB" printed on the back of the speedos as the logo icon... Hope you have a sense of humor, I've included the quick pic for laughs.    :-)

Joke_Logo_SambaPool:

Joke_Logo_SambaPool

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