My employer has approved the open-sourcing of project “liteGrid”, so that means I’ll be migrating it to Google Code in the Real Near Future. Before I do that though, I need to come up with a final name. I have two candidates right now: liteGrid and Webcel (like Excel, but for the web!). I’m leaning towards Webcel. Anyone have any other suggestions or prefer one name over the other? If so, leave your feedback in the comments.
liteGrid: coming soon to Google Code!
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