On Fri, Jan 23, 2015 at 08:08:45PM +0100, Bernard Vatant wrote:
> >From a non-native speaker of English viewpoint, "Pattern" would seem less
> bizarre than "Shape".
> So, if you ask me (you don't) I would push *Data Pattern Language*, DPL
> rolls on the tongue, as Karen says, if pronounced "*DaPaL*", which is not
> unused, but seems in our context not too overloaded.
+1 to "data pattern language" (DPL). I do like "data shape", but "data
pattern" is even better.
Tom Baker <[log in to unmask]>