Wow, 10 years!?!? I can't believe it.
A huge thanks to everyone who has helped with its creation and adoptiontion. And a double thanks to those working today to keep it going strong.
A little known bit of OCIO history... I had originally named it "OpenColorSpace", but Malcolm Humphreys kindly pointed out it was a terrible name.
Here's the original thread:
> On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 10:03 PM, Malcolm Humphreys
> I really find the name misleading, which was reinforced more when I was telling one of the digital sups about it at DrD today. His first response was asking which monitor probes it will support, which I then had to go through and explain what OCS is trying to achieve and what that would mean for productions at DrD (ie for DrD this doesn't replace truelight or cinespace, just compliments them).
> As I'm sure the main aim for this project is getting a wide adoption, I can see already the name could work against this.
> I would tend to lean away from using the word 'colorspace' as this is already a well established concept even if it is poorly understood / followed.
> Other names that I had floating around in my head:
> - OpenColorWorkSpace
> - OpenColorIO
> - OpenColorFlow
> - OpenColorWorkFlow
> - OpenColorTransfer
> - OpenColorBase
Nice suggestions, Malcolm! :)