why is deleting a job called "delete project"

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why is deleting a job called "delete project"

tombrus
Just a minor thing, but I wondered why creating a job is called "New Job" but deleting it is called "Delete Project".
I would expect "Delete Job".

Typo or deliberate?

-Tom
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Re: why is deleting a job called "delete project"

Sven Strittmatter
On 10.03.11 11:41, Tom Brus wrote:
Just a minor thing, but I wondered why creating a job is called "New Job" but deleting it is called "Delete Project".
I would expect "Delete Job".
Also confusing that in the code it is called project, e.g. AbstractProject. Ok, you can argue that it is narrow-minded, but IMHO consistent wording is essential for usability.

-Sven