Juliusz Chroboczek <j...@irif.fr> writes: >>> This is not the notion that I tried to express, probably badly. It's not >>> necessarily the important feature, it's the one that will make people >>> implement and deploy the protocol stack in the first place. > >> Suggestion for '"killer feature" of Homenet': driver for using Homenet > > That's good. > >>> If you find a sufficiently stately term that covers all of the above, >>> I'll take it. (My thesaurus suggests "chieftain", but I tend to favour >>> "foreman".) > >> Suggestion for "our bosses": decision makers > > "easy to explain to the decision makers"? It's okay, but sounds somewhat > cold and corporate to my (admittedly foreign) ears. I'll wait a little > while in case somebody has a better idea.
"masters" "liege lords" "jarls" "overseers" "(robot) overlords" "decision-making units" "callers of shots" "head honchos" (As you can see, I tried and failed to come up with something better; I'd tend to agree that "decision makers" is a bit cold and corporate, but then we are writing a standards document, not a 19th century romance novel...) -Toke _______________________________________________ homenet mailing list email@example.com https://www.ietf.org/mailman/listinfo/homenet