On Sat, Jul 14, 2007 at 02:32:31AM +0900, Joe Wiltrout wrote:
> Aureliano Calvo wrote:
> >> Or Largely Used Cyber Implementation For Executing Runnables Silently.
> >> Doesn't sound very biblical to me.
> >>
> >> Ok, it would be a mouthfull too. Perhaps initialed ?...
> > 
> > I always understood that "god" means "god over daemons"
> > 
> > A recursive acronym is very old tradition in programming.
> 
> 
> Why would you need the Largely Used part? If I know one thing about 
> advertising, you don't have your popularity in the name of your product. 
> How would you like it if your favorite chewing gum became know as Orbit 
> 9285638 people use this daily White? So , if I was them, I would cut it 
> down to Cifer. Why do you need the silenly part? Do Executed Runnables 
> normally make noise? I don't think anyone wouldn't like the acronym 
> C.I.F.E.R.

I'm pretty sure the LUCIFER acronym was proposed indirectly and
sarcastically as a joke, and no actual intent of suggesting a name for
the thing should have been inferred.

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