Mike Looijmans wrote:
Apache includes a feather in its logo, and Python is associated with a
snake. "Quetzalcoatl" means "feathered snake" and does not appear to
be used by any other software project.
Which I can fully understand, because "Quetzalcoatl" is harder to
pronounce than the 16 character password for the mainframe that was
generated using /dev/random.
I admit I like the logic more than the name itself.
I liked "Asphyxia" though. Makes a nice password too.
To me, "Asphyxia" has *extremely* negative connotations, and really
stretches the limits of clever association.
Another name that comes to mind is "Scales", playing on the Apache
feather motif, but I fear it will be lost in search results among pages
that discuss how well "Apache scales".