I suppose that I shall have to write an article for the journal
entitled "Code 4 dealing gracefully with idiotic journal names".
Our software has exception code for "THE Journal", but it still is a problem.
At 7:50 PM -0700 5/3/06, Roy Tennant wrote:
>Surely you must realize it was a vote. Once it was put to a vote,
>under specific rules, if the rules are followed (and they were as far
>as I know), then we're stuck with it, for good or evil.
>Unfortunately, I think poor Jeff Davis was quite against that choice.
>On May 3, 2006, at 7:27 PM, Eric Hellman wrote:
>>>Here's the latest on the code4lib journal:
>>>"/lib/dev: A Journal for Library Programmers" won the journal name
>>>vote. (See http://www.code4lib.org/node/96 for more details.)
>>The idea of a journal name that contains punctuation in the title is
>>so breathtakingly idiotic that I can only assume that it is a
>>reference to the bug in the name of the computer language C++
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