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From "Paul Fremantle" <>
Subject Re: Renaming Heraldry
Date Tue, 04 Jul 2006 06:57:16 GMT
But how do you pronounce ibid? And is it different in England and America?
Eye-bid or ib-id?

I just throw that in after Synapse (Sine-apse or Sin-apse)


On 6/29/06, David Strauss <> wrote:
> Recordon, David wrote:
> >>From conversations at ApacheCon, and gentle nudging at dinner last night from
Danese Cooper, it sounds like we should come up with a better name.  The current thought is
"Ibid".  So it works in "ID" and has a good geeky literary reference.
> >
> > Thoughts?
> >
> I like it. It starts and ends in ID, so maybe a capitalization or
> colorization scheme is in order: "IbiD" (or maybe not). I also like how
> Ibid is a term dealing with identity.
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