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Help with next version codename? What mythical character?

July 27th, 2012 | Posted by Lance in Blogsy | Update

We are working on our next update which will bring a couple of features we think users will be very happy about. Don’t ask what they are. :D

But this blog post is to ask for input on the codename of our next version. Each version of Blogsy is codenamed with a mythical character. What do you think would be a good codename for our next version?

Here are the past versions.

Imp

Cyclops

Sasquatch

Phoenix

Minotaur

Centaur

Dragon

Medusa

 

 

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14 Responses

  • DKatri says:

    Its gotta be Griffin.

    • Lance says:

      Thanks for the suggestion. I have added it to the list.

      You’re right, a Griffin would be good. I just worry that it may look too much like our Phoenix.

  • Brian says:

    Cerberus, the 3-headed guardian of Tartarus and Hades’ pet.

  • Brian says:

    Oh, and either hydra, the 6-headed dragon or the Nordic dragon-God Tiamat.

    Wow I miss being 12 and playing D&D right now.

    • Lance says:

      Never did play D&D but wish I had.

      Don’t know if we can pull off so many heads. Especially considering Fomo’s head is so big compared to his body. But great suggestions.

  • Arno Wessels says:

    Unicorn

    • Lance says:

      Hello Arno,

      Thanks. I have added it to our list. It’s going to be touch deciding on a codename with all these good suggestions.

      Cheers,
      Lance

  • Ian Martin says:

    How about releasing the Kraken?

  • Babs says:

    What would be about:
    - Bahamut: A huge, measureless fish which is often used to describe the spaces between heaven, earth, and hell.
    - The Banshee: The “woman of the fairies” does not have a distinct shape, but is instead described by her keening wails.
    - Burak: A horse-like creature with long ears and the wings and tail of a peacock. It may also have a man’s face
    - Charybdis: A sea monster, once a beautiful naiad and the daughter of Poseidon and Gaia. She takes form as a huge bladder of a creature whose face was all mouth and whose arms and legs were flippers and who swallows huge amounts of water three times a day before belching them back out again, creating whirlpools.
    - arpies: Creatures with a vulture’s body, a woman’s face, and an insatiable hunger. They are described as having filthy genitalia and a foul smell about them.
    - Ichthyocentaur: from the waist up, this creature has the form of a man, but below the waist they have the fins and tail of a fish. Their forefeet are either in the form of a lion’s or a horse’s.
    - Lamia: Half woman and half serpent, these creatures are said to have sprung from one of Zeus’s varied love interests. They are thought to be sorceresses, and although they cannot speak they whistle sweetly.
    - Nāga: a half human half snake creature
    - The Sea Horse: An aquatic horse, which sometimes surfaces to mate with land horses.

    • Lance says:

      Wow Babs, those are some great suggestions! We have added all of them to our list. Like I mentioned earlier, we are going to have a tough time deciding on a codename. I am sure there will be some fighting for which each of us like the most until the majority vote the same way.

  • liam says:

    How about a Mer-Man?

    Or La Chupacabran or Loch Ness Monster? (not Greek mythology though)

    • Lance says:

      Thanks for the input Liam.

      We finally voted and ended up deciding on Cerberus. The big reason behind it was the there are three of us developing Blogsy so the three heads fit.

      Thanks for the input though.

      Regards,
      Lance



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