On 6/27/06, David Landgren <email@example.com> wrote: > Adam Kennedy wrote: > > David Nicol wrote: > > [...] > > >> In case all we're looking for is a good name for "What Is Around The > >> Core, > >> But Still Within The Rind" I propose we continue drawing terms from the > >> world of fruit and call the Greater Core Package "pulp." > > > > Apparently, I'm scheduled to sit down with Audrey and Larry at the > > hackfest and discuss this very same issue for Perl 6, including what to > > call it (Core Level 1, 2, 3, etc being rejected). > > > > I'll let you know, so we can reuse the terminology. > > Calling it fruit doesn't really do it for me. I always thought "core" > was more metallic than anything else. The Greater Core Package could > then be a Lattice (that is, a partially ordered set or a group). Maybe using crustaceans would be good. I mean, the full deal would be the "Oyster" build, (cause its big and it has perl inside). Yves -- perl -Mre=debug -e "/just|another|perl|hacker/"