Anyone know anything named DX? (was Re: Announcing PyCs) (was: Announcing PyCs, a new Python-like language on .Net)
mark at prothon.org
Mon Sep 6 18:21:22 EDT 2004
On Wed, 1 Sep 2004 22:19:25 -0800, EP wrote:
> Jeremy Bowers commented:
> If you can't come up with a good name, use a letter and symbol or
> three (but no more than 3), e.g. C, C++, C#. Such will be
> non-objectionable, but will not help you in getting your
> language/technology adopted, or even remembered.
Well, I gave up on coming up with a good name so I'm taking your advice and
using DX, for Dynamic Xml language. I had a number of cute names like
groovy but I just couldn't stand the thought of a cute name. I also had
acronyms like UDXL but that would get lost in the sea of acronyms. So my
web-site will be dx-lang.org and all will be well.
Does anyone know of any conflicts for DX? Any existing software projects?
Any languages? I know all about all the ham radio stuff but I assume that
is a non-issue.
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