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location Stockholm, Sweden
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seen Mar 19 at 11:42

Software developer in the mobile network telecom market.
Loves working with UX and GUI design.


Mar
24
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
7
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
19
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
30
comment One term for completed/cancelled and another for its counterpart
Always the same type of people who decide to down vote without mentioning why, so cute....
Aug
30
comment One term for completed/cancelled and another for its counterpart
+1 Personally I think active and inactive are the best ones yet. However I'm having problems selling it to my co-workers...
Aug
30
asked One term for completed/cancelled and another for its counterpart
Aug
16
comment Alternative term to “Blacklist” and “Whitelist”
Thanks for your suggestions! I argued this with my product owner (who was the one who wanted to change it in the first place) who finally decided to keep Black/white -list. I believe he's still sceptical about it though. And the feature hasn't been introduced to the product yet so the terms may come to change, I'll definitely discuss the ones you mentioned with him. thanks!
Aug
15
accepted A single word with the same meaning as: “Latest activity”
Aug
15
comment A single word with the same meaning as: “Latest activity”
I like it! I think Updated will work great, thanks!
Aug
15
awarded  Commentator
Aug
15
awarded  Editor
Aug
15
revised A single word with the same meaning as: “Latest activity”
added 292 characters in body
Aug
15
comment A single word with the same meaning as: “Latest activity”
Ok, sorry. I'll supply some context. Thanks!
Aug
15
asked A single word with the same meaning as: “Latest activity”
Dec
9
comment Alternative term to “Blacklist” and “Whitelist”
Then again I don't think we should use something other than blacklist in combination with whitelist. Then the underlying reasoning shines through a bit too much. I wouldn't be surprised if a common user query would be then why don't they use blacklist. the alternative words have to be good enough for the user never thinking in terms of black/white -list.
Dec
9
comment Alternative term to “Blacklist” and “Whitelist”
+1 it's not a bad suggestion, and it differs from what anyone else has proposed. However I fear the connection is a little too vague, and that the acronym isn't prevalent enough to be understood by all.. But thanks any ways!
Dec
9
comment Alternative term to “Blacklist” and “Whitelist”
I hope you feel better now when you got that out of your system!
Dec
9
comment Alternative term to “Blacklist” and “Whitelist”
I believe my mind is made up, I don't think the potential harm for using blacklist and whitelist is big enough for finding alternatives. however, I don't have final say in the matter, so if we go with alternative terms these two you listed looked very good. Much better using 'allow' rather than 'allowed'
Dec
9
awarded  Scholar
Dec
9
accepted Alternative term to “Blacklist” and “Whitelist”