On Wed, Nov 08, 2000 at 05:48:22PM -0500, Jason Cunliffe wrote:
> Evan Simpson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote
> > > Safe and Flexible are probably more meaningful words there ;-)
> > >
> > > ZMethod is growing though ;-)
> > We've pretty much settled on restricted/unrestricted here. In honor of
> the presidential Indecision
> > 2000 race, we're seriously thinking about revamping and rerunning the
> poll, so ZMethod may well get
> > its moment in the spotlight.
> Good news: 'ZMethod' is nice and 'sounds' good, however one says it.
> 'safe' / 'flexible' imho=nice ideam but a little too subjective, not
> informative enough
> 'restricted' / 'unrestricted'
> hmm.. better because more functional, but how about:
Yes, but drives people away from the prefered option. (restricted is
> 1. 'closed' / 'open'
Both are equally open, especially in the new 'Wild Python Thingys are
editable via the Web' paradigm.
> 2. 'builtin' / 'custom'
Both are custom.
> 3. 'local' / 'custom'
> 4. 'client-side' / 'server-side'
Both are server-side.
> - Jason
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