In an effort to revitalize this thread, I have a new idea for a project name:
TESS search indicates only 1 registration which expired in 2006.
I think the name is perfect. charybdis.io/org are all available.
On Tue, Aug 16, 2016 at 9:00 AM, Karm Michal Babacek
I kinda like the FloodTide name.
I'm willing to lend a hand with httpd modules (native part) and
porting docs, based off http://modcluster.io
setup, content and tutorials.
I'm also the maintainer of mod_cluster in Fedora, the package that would
I'm bound to say that my effort is a community, voluntary one,
unrelated to my current work assignments at Red Hat.
Lemme start throwing questions:
* How do we refer to Undertow mod_cluster proxy implementation?
Undertow FloodTide proxy? (indeed, any other name)
* Are we going to get in touch with George Fleury who did mod_cluster for Nginx?
Shouldn't we find engineering resources to build on current Nginx work (LGPL),
rename it, update it, test it?
* Could we seize the opportunity renaming brings and dedicate
more Red Hat resources to the "reborn" project? The TO DO list is endless.
----- Original Message -----
> From: "Paul Ferraro" <paul.ferraro(a)redhat.com>
> To: "mod cluster" <mod_cluster-dev(a)lists.jboss.org>
> Sent: Thursday, August 11, 2016 4:13:46 AM
> Subject: [mod_cluster-dev] Proposal for new project name
> Since the advent of Stuart's Undertow-based mod_cluster
> implementation, we've discussed the need to rename the "mod_cluster"
> project to better differentiate the general technology/protocol from
> its origin as an Apache httpd module. Trivial stuff like this never
> feels urgent, but given that we've started a 2.x branch of the source
> code, if we're ever going to change the name, we should do it soon.
> This email is meant to formally start this discussion.
> Personally, I would love to see the a new name loosely associated with
> the word Undertow, ideally with a similar irony (i.e. undertow is
> generally considered dangerous).
> Here are some ideas for names, in the spirit of ocean/water-related
> * OverDrive (a literal antonym of Under+Tow)
> * Overwash (the flow of water and sediment over a coastal dune or
> beach crest during storm events)
> * Backrush (the return of water seaward, down the foreshore of a
> beach, following the uprush of a wave, i.e. the cause of an undertow)
> * Uprush (a sudden upward surge or flow)
> * FloodTide (Period when tide level is rising)
> * TidalBore (a large wave caused by the funneling of a flood tide as
> it enters a long, narrow, shallow inlet)
> * TidalJet (fast-moving intrusion of water issuing from a narrow gap
> through a physical barrier between two bodies of water)
> * Upwell (to flow upward)
> * RogueWave (exactly what it sounds like)
> * Maelstrom (a powerful whirlpool in a sea or river)
> * Levada (a portuguese aqueduct)
> * Deluge (downpour of rain causing a flood)
> * Diluviant (one who pertains to a flood)
> * Gilgamesh/Bilgamesh (from the Epic of Gilgamesh, an ancient Sumerian
> story describing one of the oldest great flood mythologies)
> Of the above, my personal favorites are "Diluviant" and
> Thoughts? Any other ideas?
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