Re: inclusive language
On 7/15/20 10:45 AM, Trevor Woerner wrote:
On Wed 2020-07-15 @ 08:33:56 PM, Adrian Bunk wrote:On Wed, Jul 15, 2020 at 01:31:34AM -0400, Trevor Woerner wrote:... 4. What will be affected? Branch names, variable names, function names, fetchers, patch file names, documentation… Given the fact we build code from upstream projects, if we currently build from an upstream's master branch and that upstream project never changes the name of their main branch away from "master", I don't think there's anything we can do in those cases. ...If the word "master" alone is considered non-inclusive for people in the US then CVs are also affected, like speaker bios at conferences. What replacement term are US universities using for their M-word degrees?This is a good question. Some projects are replacing "master" in isolation; such as when used as a branch name. Other projects are only replacing "master" when paired with "slave".
"Master" has been used in commit headers, so do we intend on re-writing git history?