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The proper thing to do when one invents a new program paradigm is to give the new program a new name so people using the old program don't have to suddenly adopt a new term for it, and people using the new program don't have any problems looking for information about the new program. How many people looking for information on LightRoom (the new cloud-based version) are going to instead find information on LightRoom.
The term "Classic" by the way, typically means something OLD and OUT-OF-DATE. As much as you might want me to upload all my photographs onto your server, it ain't gonna happen.
Adobe, you really should have left well enough alone and thought up a new name for your new cloudy methodology, a completely seperate app to link your cloud services to LightRoom and Photoshop, or if you must embed it into a LightRoom program, call that program something special. Renaming the existing famous LightRoom is a historic Fail.
I hope you will please consider offering a big apology and changing the name back so we can continue knowing exactly what program the word "LightRoom" indicates on all those websites that worked so hard to provide you free support.