Having more than three phases
mg at lazybytes.net
Mon Jan 9 14:51:41 CST 2012
Angel Ezquerra <ezquerra at gmail.com> writes:
> On Jan 9, 2012 12:46 PM, "Martin Geisler" <mg at lazybytes.net> wrote:
>> Jason Harris <jason at jasonfharris.com> writes:
>> > So again I think the name "secret" is then bad. Laurens has taken the
>> > command at it's face value, (as I would) and then is rightly
>> > complaining that something secret is not actually "secret". Better
>> > names might be:
>> > private / draft / public
>> > private / draft / complete
>> > unshared / draft / complete
>> > etc. But unless secret is actually, well secret, then it's likely not
>> > such a good name.
>> I also don't like 'secret' very much.
>> At the Zurich sprint we discussed:
>> * personal: implies mostly private and non-shared to me, like a personal
>> * grounded: like planes that are not allowed to take off. The emphasis
>> is on the non-shared nature of these changesets, but it does not
>> promise privacy.
> I think "grounded" is a pretty bad name. For non English speaking
> users its meaning is not immediately clear. I'd bet that a lot of
> people would not even know what grounded means.
I think many will think of it as in a teenager that's sent to his or her
room because he or she did something bad.
> As for "personal", it is ok I guess but, like "private" it starts with
> a "p". I thought that "private" was the preferred name for that phase
> but that it was rejected because it a first letter clashes with the
> first letter in "public"?
Yeah, I know it starts with 'p' like a bunch of other good names :) It
was just something to add on the list, in case we find a good name for
the immutable+shared phase.
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