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Which is or means what?
"Robert S. Sfeir" <robert@codepuccino.com> wrote in message
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Priority: Very High
Planned for version: Pallada

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R



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hmmm,
did a search for that in google it comes out with whole lot of russian related pages
ship names .. places .. hotel's ..
"Pallada" wonder what does that mean
we have a similar spelled word in (dont know how the russian word is pronounced) "Tamil" which means "Feeding bottle" :D

cheers,
parthi

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Pallada seems to be a russian ship name -- the same theme as all previous EAP names :)

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If you look at the planned-for search item in the tracker, you'll also find Pandora and Stella. Neither one has any request planned for it.

Maarten

(Or are those old codenames that I'm not familiar with?)

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Marcus Brito wrote:

Pallada seems to be a russian ship name -- the same theme as all previous EAP names :)


Aren't they all classical Greek mythology names (in some sort of
spelling which may be slightly different from the mainstream English one) ?

Edo

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Pandora was the 2.0 release. Don't know about Stella.

--Dave Griffith

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Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

Priority: Very High
Planned for version: Pallada


Robert,
You are very keen tracker watchdog ;)

Pallada is as in 'Athena Pallada'
(e.g. http://petersburgcity.com/news/city/2002/01/16/athena/)

Cheers,
Dmitry

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Dmitry Lomov
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"Develop with pleasure!"

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Pandora was 2.6, Stella was 2.0.

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Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
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"Dave Griffith" <dave.griffith@cnn.com> wrote in message
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Pandora was the 2.0 release. Don't know about Stella.

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--Dave Griffith



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Digging in the forum searches seems to indicate that Stella was 2.0 and Pandora 2.5.

Maarten

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Same as Pallas Athena?
http://www.goddessgift.com/goddess-myths/greek_goddess_athena.htm
r.

Dmitry Lomov (JetBrains) wrote:

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

>>Priority: Very High
>>Planned for version: Pallada


Robert,
You are very keen tracker watchdog ;)

Pallada is as in 'Athena Pallada'
(e.g. http://petersburgcity.com/news/city/2002/01/16/athena/)

Cheers,
Dmitry

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Richard Nemec wrote:

Same as Pallas Athena?
http://www.goddessgift.com/goddess-myths/greek_goddess_athena.htm
r.


Right. Thanks for the link.

Cheers,
Dmitry


Dmitry Lomov (JetBrains) wrote:

>> Robert S. Sfeir wrote:
>>
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>>>Priority: Very High
>>>Planned for version: Pallada
>>
>>
>> Robert,
>> You are very keen tracker watchdog ;)
>>
>> Pallada is as in 'Athena Pallada'
>> (e.g. http://petersburgcity.com/news/city/2002/01/16/athena/)
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Dmitry
>>

--
Dmitry Lomov
Software Developer
JetBrains Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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Dmitry Lomov (JetBrains) wrote:

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

>>Priority: Very High
>>Planned for version: Pallada


Robert,
You are very keen tracker watchdog ;)


That was in one of my bugs, I'm not watching things THAT closely... hahahaha

R

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In article <8049368.1076337893306.JavaMail.javamailuser@localhost>,
parthis <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote:

hmmm,
did a search for that in google it comes out with whole lot of russian
related pages
ship names .. places .. hotel's ..
"Pallada" wonder what does that mean


There seems to be a ship called "Pallada" that's a sister ship of
"Avrora" (perhaps that's the same as "Aurora").

Or maybe it's really "PallADA" and it means IDEA will finally support
programming in ADA. One can only hope.

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http://www.pantheon.org/areas/mythology/europe/greek/articles.html


"Robert S. Sfeir" <robert@codepuccino.com> wrote in message
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Priority: Very High
Planned for version: Pallada

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I'm chuffed the link to Athena is there; it was my favourite suggestion....

Dmitry Lomov (JetBrains) wrote:

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

>>Priority: Very High
>>Planned for version: Pallada


Robert,
You are very keen tracker watchdog ;)

Pallada is as in 'Athena Pallada'
(e.g. http://petersburgcity.com/news/city/2002/01/16/athena/)

Cheers,
Dmitry

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Alex Roytman wrote:

http://www.pantheon.org/areas/mythology/europe/greek/articles.html


That reference's version of Pallas is much different than the one from
http://www.goddessgift.com/goddess-myths/greek_goddess_athena.htm
I like the one about the childhood friends much better. The Greek
legends often had different characters with the same or similar names,
and they often got jumbled together over the years. It's not unusual
that Athena is linked to two different characters named Pallas.

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Regards,
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"Develop with pleasure!"

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