Tomas Pospisek's Mailing Lists wrote:
> On Thu, 26 Apr 2007, Trans wrote:
>
>> So my question is, which is preferable? What criteria should one base
>> this decision on?
>>
>> To clarify here is my specific scenario. I've narrowed it down, more-
>> or-less, to these Whyish vs. DHHish possibilities:
>>
>>  Aces        Facets/CORE
>>  Jacks       Facets/BASE
>>  Tapestry    Facets/AOP
>>  Comrade     Facets/CLI
>>  Fileside    Facets/FS
>>  Annote      Facets/ANN
>
> Well, the names first column are library names that don't have any 
> imediate meaning to me and moreover overlap with other libraries' 
> names (Aces (distributed programming c-lib), Jacks (sound system), 
> Tapestry (java-lib?)), so they might be funny and clever but not helpful.
>
> The second column pretty clearly says what a library is about.
>
> So I'd prefer use/helpful to funny/clever.
> *t
+1.
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