Talk:List of computer technology code names

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Copy violation[edit]

Before anyone comes after this article claiming copyvio versus [1], rest assured that I am reposting my own work. The site mentioned here is my personal webspace, and the list is my own creation. slambo 16:12, 25 Oct 2004 (UTC)


Vanderpool is codename of Intel's virtualization technology. (Anon) is correctly mentioned on the List of Intel codenames. Wouldn't it be more appropriate to remove all Intel codenames from this page and refer to the Intel list? I guess the only proper (but unworkable) alternative would be to include all 200 or so here.
Oh and one more thing: 'Duo', 'Itanium' and 'Profusion' are no codenames. They are commercial names (not even derived from earlier codenames, as far as I'm aware) and therefore anyway deserve to be deleted here. The Seventh Taylor 21:26, 21 May 2007 (UTC)
Does anyone object if I just remove all Intel codenames here (as proposed above)? The Seventh Taylor (talk) 20:19, 2 July 2008 (UTC)

Adobe CS4[edit]

Should the codenames for Adobe Photoshop CS4 (codename: Stonehenge) and Adobe Flash Player 10 (codename: Astro) be included here? Neither have been released yet, but there is a beta for Flash Player 10. There is also Adobe Thermo, but it is unclear whether this is a codename or the final name for the application. US471776 (talk) 23:59, 30 May 2008 (UTC)


Some of the links of the code names lead to the product (like Capone), but others (like Carl Sagan) lead to the actual thing the code name is referencing. Does this matter, or should all links follow the same conventions? — Preceding unsigned comment added by OceanicMeerkat (talkcontribs) 06:52, 26 January 2014 (UTC)

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Palomi No[edit]

Should "Palomi no" (AMD Athlon XP/MP 180 nm processor) really be "Palomino"? Ref: