open source design
Expect the site title to appear at the tail of the title of the page. With categorisation, if categorised. So for example, the page for this topic will be titled:
- Discourse site title – Staff – open source design
Possible change of name
Be aware of name-related comments at and around logo-related https://github.com/opensourcedesign/organization/issues/68#issuecomment-292073030
Whilst Open Source Design may reinforce brand and identity, there’s this:
My gut feeling:
… – … – open source design
– without uppercase – has a more generic, broad-ranging feel to it and may subtly go towards making the Discourse site feel more inclusive, long term.
Last but not least, re: https://github.com/opensourcedesign/organization/issues/68#issuecomment-291985097 and https://discourse.opensourcedesign.net/admin/site_settings/category/required there will in due course be a logo, so – with or without initial caps at the tail of the title of each page – participants should not lose sight of the ‘umbrella’ brand/identity.
Much of what’s above will be better discussed in the public lounge. For now I wanted to share just a brief note of part of my rationale for not rushing to use initial caps for the three words.