[pmwiki-users] Pre-announcing 2.2.0 non-beta release

Hans design5 at softflow.co.uk
Fri Jan 23 07:20:30 CST 2009

Friday, January 23, 2009, 8:04:32 AM, Eemeli Aro wrote:

>> I have to say that I prefer "Friend" as a term.

> I'd like to cast my vote for the endorsement camp. In his
> counter-argument John managed to point out almost all the points I'd
> make for this, but I'd like to add two more:

> Friendship implies a reciprocal relationship. Endorsement is much more
> clearly unidirectional thing.

> Related to this, I have conceptual trouble understanding how I can be
> a "friend" of a cookbook recipe. Endorsing one I can understand
> perfectly well, though. The word is a bit long, admittedly, but I
> can't think of a better one.

I agree to some extent.
But I find "endorsing" a recipe is implying a strong personal
commitment. "To endorse" carries meaning of legal endorsement.
I prefer just to "recommend" a recipe. I prefer "recommend" over


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