Subject: Re: "tfs" and other filesystems with very short names
To: Greg A. Woods <email@example.com>
From: Robert V. Baron <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/24/1998 13:21:03
email@example.com (Greg A. Woods) writes:
> Especially with new things there's a "chicken & egg" problem too. I see
> "coda" stuff coming along, but since it's new, and my existing system
> has no response to "apropos coda", nor is it in any other on-line
> glossary I may have, so if it were called "codafs" I'd be much more
> likely to guess it's a "CODA File System", and unless I'm interested in
> new filesystems I'd know I can ignore it for now.
FYI, you could web search of visit the site.
But what I like better is that if you enter coda/ there is a README
there that tells you pretty much what you want to know.
Take filecorefs. I know what a file is, I know two possible meanings
for core, and I know what fs is. Putting them all together I get mfs
or I read the copyright on one or two files in the filecorefs/