Re: [irs-discuss] What's in a name?

Stewart Bryant <stbryant@cisco.com> Mon, 12 November 2012 15:43 UTC

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On 12/11/2012 15:06, Raveendra Torvi wrote:
> My first set of suggestions:
>
> I2RS- interface 2 routing system.
That as well

Stewart

>
> IRNE - interface to routing network element.
> IRE - interface to routing element
> INE - interface to network element.
> APIRS - API to RS.
> APIRE
>
> Ravi
> On Nov 12, 2012, at 9:56 AM, "Adrian Farrel" <adrian@olddog.co.uk> wrote:
>
>> Personally, I find discussions of what name/acronym to use a bit sad. I've had
>> enough code review hours wasted debating the names of variables to not want to
>> spend any more time on this sort of thing.
>>
>> However, I note that there was some unease about the use of IRS. If we really
>> need to find a new name for this work (and I note that RSI is also used for
>> something else) we need to find a solution soon.
>>
>> Can I suggest that only those people who have a strong objection to IRS need to
>> contribute to the discussion. Furthermore, we don't need suggestions to be
>> floated, we need solid and definite proposals. That way we will possibly reach a
>> serious conclusion quickly.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Adrian
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