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« Répondre #15 le: 19 décembre 2010, 10:16:42 »
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I like the "Pirate Party"/"Parti Pirate" option that it was changed to.  My vote stays there.
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« Répondre #16 le: 19 décembre 2010, 01:38:43 »
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I'm inclined to agree, but the perfectionist in me is a bit bothered by the fact that most other parties save for the NDP don't include “party” in their short name.
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« Répondre #17 le: 19 décembre 2010, 03:11:06 »
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I'm inclined to agree, but the perfectionist in me is a bit bothered by the fact that most other parties save for the NDP don't include “party” in their short name.

yeah that was my initial thought also but now I like the sound of Pirate Party or Parti Pirate better. It sounds more professional than simply Pirate.
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« Répondre #18 le: 20 décembre 2010, 05:24:37 »
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yeah that was my initial thought also but now I like the sound of Pirate Party or Parti Pirate better. It sounds more professional than simply Pirate.

I agree.  Just "Pirate" seems strange, better to go with the acronym if we were going to shorten the name.
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« Répondre #19 le: 20 décembre 2010, 07:17:12 »
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The NDP's "short name" is "NDP-New Democratic Party", so I don't think we have to worry about it being too long. Wink

Our short name was originally PPCA, but we changed it some months ago.
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