- one word,
- allegorical, preferably ambiguous,
- eminently brandable,
- subtly humorous,
- an alternate spelling in Unicode,
- If possible, the name must enamour an attractive girl no more than five years older or younger than me before Monday.
I browsed Wikipedia and discovered Ajax's centaur tutor, Chiron. So, there you have it, the library's name is Chiron. I leave it as an exercise for the reader and my fate/doom to discover whether it will suffice. However, I will explicitly state that brandability is fulfilled. Chiron, it turns out (back me up on this, Wikipedia), was really half-cow, the only Centauren to grace the Hellenic Pantheon.
For prospective users of Chiron, I have a question of nomenclature preference. Use of the Chiron library requires the HTML author to include exactly one script tag in their header, modules.js (13KB shrunk but not compressed). From there the author can opt to use whatever modules they will.
Which of the following should I call this module of language primitives?
- your idea here.
Please send me an email and weigh in.