[r-t] Framework v2

Mark Davies mark at snowtiger.net
Wed Jun 16 18:51:02 BST 2021

Ted Steele wrote,

> The band that first rings a method and publishes it, such that the 
> acting of publishing requires the method to have a name, should be and 
> are the only logical person(s) to have naming rights

That's not right at all - there are other perfectly logical ways to 
assign naming rights, not least the idea that the person who invented a 
method ought to be the one who names it. In fact, that's generally what 
occurs, except that the inventor has to go to the effort of getting a 
band to ring it, and (if they're not ringing themselves) hope the 
conductor honours their wishes.


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