First one popping up is Deaduino… must be a sign…
Toduino. Haha, always something to do if you have a duino.
Nuduino occurred twice in one run. ;D
Hey, now I have a source for naming variables in my sketches.
Messing with the limits is fun
Easy for YOU to say! ;D
Wouldn’t it be easier to just say Supercalifragilistiduino
and be done with it?
Isn’t that a volcano in Iceland?
You’re mistaking it with Eyjafjallajokull.
This thread is a convenient way to bring up something that confuses me. According to the policy page on the website:
What about other uses of the word “Arduino”?
We do, however, have a few requirements:
-you do not include the word “Arduino” (or derivatives thereof) in the name of your product, company, or domain name without permission
I interpret this to mean that unofficial “-duino” names aren’t acceptable, though it is clearly a wide practice anyways. In my own projects, when I’ve created custom “clones,” I’ve always given them unique, non-duino names and have been careful with the use of the word “Arduino” when describing them.
I’m not trying to cause a ruckus, just trying to play by the rules! But, maybe I’m interpreting the rules too strictly? Clearly, my interpretation seems more strict than most of the community.
At this point -duino is sort of a standard, and it is a preamble to attribution, add -duino to a project and most people (in the electronics world) will know it is based on Arduino.