Ian Bicking: the old part of his blog


I actually don't care about the "WSGI" part at all -- that's an implementation detail which is important to me, but shouldn't be important to people using it. I also don't want it to appear as Yet Another Framework. It's more like a framework for frameworks. Metaframework? But that makes it sound much fancier than it actually is -- it's not More Abstract than a normal framework, it's mostly just glue and configuration.
Comment on Re: WSGIKit Tutorial
by Ian Bicking


How about:


... ?

Definitely, when you've got your 'underware' (yes, I know, sic), everything fits better, feels better, is sorted out properly. Other things can go over it. It plays off of Webware, but implies both an underlying change and an underlying protocol. And the logo could be, well, a lot of fun, given the right mindset. Marketing it could be fun, too.

You could also extend the metaphor -- call it 'Knickers' or something.

"Hey, nice app, man, how did you write it?" "Um, with Underware." "What's that? Dude, yeah, I know, you work at home, but what did you write it in?" "Yeah, with Under- ... um. Man, just forget it ..."

When competing with Ruby on Rails we could have something like "Python in Panties", or "Webware in Woollies".

Python in Panties, especially, has a Monty Python twist:

"OHHHHH! I'm a lumberjack and I'm okay! I work all night and sleep all day ...

I cut down trees. I wear high heels, Suspendies, and a bra. I wish I'd been a girlie, Just like my dear Papa."

I rest my case.

# Greg McClure