Name of MuseScore on the websites
Core developers, below are things that may upset you, but I believe this is the best way to get them clarified.
I don't know why but more and more places on the websites (both musescore.org and musescore.com) have "Musescore" instead of "MuseScore". It's not exaggeration to say that this is a completely bad idea: if we cannot get our own product's name correct and consistent, what else can visitors expect us to do? The notation program's name is combined by "Muse" and "Score", and since the current official name is still "MuseScore", changing that to "Musescore", if intentional, has no difference than changing to a completely different name, and if not intentional, is a stupid mistake.
What's worse, it's apparent that, when it comes to software development we always refer to "MuseScore", but web development uses "Musescore" on most occasions. I don't know if they are actually two separate departments in MuseScore company (MuseScore subsidiary of UG), but the different names make me feel so. I don't think a non-united community is impressive, but is MuseScore community really so? No, in my eyes we share a common goal, we support and help each other, we discuss when holding different opinions, we feel the joy of developing a digital product together. Really, this shouldn't be a problem, and like I said, I really don't know why this is happening.
I know maybe I'm merely a newcomer (of development) in your eyes, but the problem has been continually discomforting me and I feel like I really have to say this out.