Re: nonce

everything else in Ruby is in English.
Gestalt.

Regards,

agent provocateur? or enfant terrible?

:slight_smile:

Heh, well put Bill. I have no problem with a non-english word (or even
a made up word) so long as its meaning is understood, is related to what
it represents, and I can pronounce it easily.

You grok? :slight_smile:

Regards,

Dan

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On Sat, Aug 12, 2006 at 02:38:10AM +0900, Berger, Daniel wrote:

Heh, well put Bill. I have no problem with a non-english word (or even
a made up word) so long as its meaning is understood, is related to what
it represents, and I can pronounce it easily.

You grok? :slight_smile:

Maybe “zen class”, then.

On Sat, Aug 12, 2006 at 09:40:13AM +0900, Austin Z. wrote:

On 8/11/06, Berger, Daniel [email protected] wrote:

You grok? :slight_smile:

grok-class?

Grok milk?

Oh, never mind, that’s not what you meant.

Hmm. Actually, “got class” would be kinda neat.

On 8/11/06, Berger, Daniel [email protected] wrote:

You grok? :slight_smile:

grok-class?

-austin

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