"Python" is not a good name, should rename to "Athon"
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Fri Nov 30 21:05:15 CET 2007
ureuffyrtu955 at gmail.com wrote:
> First, python also means snake, Monty Python. If we search
> "python" in google, emule, many results are not programming
> resource. If we search PHP, all results are programming resource.
Who cares? No one looking for special Python programming tips will
use only "python" as search term.
> Second, python also means snake, snake is not a good thing in
> western culture. Many people dislike any things relevant to snake.
> We must have high regard for the custom.
You're not serious, are you?
BTW, PHP has already been confused with a drug in USA.
> Now, python3000 is coming. It's the best time to rename!
IMHO: No. Python has a good reputation and renaming would create
> Athon is a good candidate, you could provide better names.
> In Athon, the first letter "A" could pronounce as [ e ] .
This is confusing and a boring of-the-shelf name.
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