Seeking Minimal Python Project Name (was: [pypy-dev] Re: [ann] Minimal Python project)

Cam Cairns nospam at hotmail.com
Thu Jan 16 16:59:13 CET 2003


Anthony Baxter wrote:
> Christian Tismer wrote
> 
> While a name is most unimportant for me,
> I agree that it *is* important for the
> community to be able to spell it.
> 

I suggest/second Pype (pronouce it 'pip' if you want to emphasise
its minimalistic nature, 'pipe' if you want to emphasis its roots.

> Anyone having some good suggestions?
> 
> 
> According to 
> http://www.zoomschool.com/subjects/animals/Animalbabies.shtml
> baby snakes are called:
> 
>   Snakelet, 
>   neonate (a newly-born snake), 
>   hatchling (a newly-hatched snake)
> 
> More reading shows that neonates are babies that
> are born "live" (not really, but it seems like it - see
> http://double-d-reptiles.tripod.com/birth.html 
> for more), while hatchlings are from egg-laying species 
> (which includes Pythons).
> 
> "Snakelet" has a cool sound to it, tho...
> 
> Anthony
> 





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