[Catalog-sig] Perhaps "PyPI" will do
alikins at redhat.com
Thu Apr 7 23:06:31 CEST 2005
On Thu, Apr 07, 2005 at 10:48:53PM +0200, holger krekel wrote:
> Hi Richard,
> On Thu, Apr 07, 2005 at 13:11 +1000, Richard Jones wrote:
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> > After polling around for ideas, and looking at the various alternatives,
> > nothing really grabs me. "PyPI" captures the nature of the beast we've
> > created well-enough. It's not too silly. It's short. It's in place. I think
> > I've decided that it'll do.
> FWIW, i liked MOPP aka the ministry quite a bit. I recommend
> taking the discussion to just the core contributors (e.g. on IRC)
> and see if you get somewhere.
> > It really is only *potentially* confusing when you're in the
> > same room as the PyPy people.
> I don't mind getting occasionally confused people and pointing
> them to a great project.
> Btw, we had some hundred postings on c.l.py before we settled
> on the name PyPy. It's a good way to spread the word, though :-)
Seems like it's too late, but how about "pit". As in
a snake pit? "Wheres foobar? It's in the pit".
python installable taxonomy?
python installable things?
Can't think of a good acroymn myself. But not a big fan
of "pypy". But then, I'm somewhat responsible for naming
things like "grubby" and "booty", so what do I know about
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