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SubjectRe: [Ksummit-discuss] [Tech-board-discuss] [PATCH] CodingStyle: Inclusive Terminology
On Tue, 7 Jul 2020 08:33:33 -0700
Randy Dunlap <> wrote:

> >> I was thinking good-list / bad-list.
> >>
> >> /me that has been doing a lot of git bisect lately...
> >
> > I think it depends on the context. I'd prefer a grammatically awkward verb that described
> > the action more specifically, than a grammatically nicer generic term. In other words,
> > yes/no, good/bad don't mean that much to me, unless it's obvious from context
> > what the effect will be. With something like allow/deny, I have a pretty clear mental
> > model of what the code is going to do.
> That matches what I was about to say:
> Just using yes/no does not tell someone what they are saying yes or no about.
> It should be more descriptive, like allow/block.

After doing two days worth of git bisect, good/bad is hardcoded in my head :-p

-- Steve

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