On 2/7/06, Jay Converse <supermo0(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 2/7/06, Steve Bennett <stevage(a)gmail.com>
> On 2/6/06, The Cunctator <cunctator(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> > Pretty much the best kinds of project names are ones that are either
> > expressly positive (i.e. their name assumes good faith, doesn't create
> > an us/them dichotomy), or failing that are ironicly ugly (like
> > "bureaucrat", "benevolent dictator", or "spelling
nazi" or "mediation
> > cabal").
> Vandalism Cleaning Brigade?
> Grafitti Purging Workforce?
Okay in that they're simply descriptive.
> Slaves for an Unvandalised Wikipedia?
> The Anti-vandalism Superheroes?
That's both us/them and not ironicly ugly.
> Vandalism Posse?
The Fencepainting Project (Shades of Tom Sawyer, with other
Welcome Mat Project (the vast amount of vandalism is
newbie-ish--enfolding handling vandalism into the concept of welcoming
new users makes sense to me. I.e. there are no strangers, just friends
we haven't met (and indoctrinated).)
Care Bear Brigade (I know this was discussed and negged earlier, but
Users for Mindless Conformity.