a bunch of techbros threw a shit fit about python replacing all occurrences of master/slave terminology with parent/worker last year and they did it anyway which owns
ok but why is this "parent" with worker
why not something like "manager"
are we enforcing capitalism in python now
@ben well to be more specific they now use parent/child in reference to subprocesses and they use "worker" instead of "slave" for background processes iirc
@dankwraith ah thats's better then
... so it used to be parent/slave? or master/child?
@ben it used to be master/slave for subprocesses and also slave for background processes
@dankwraith imagine really wanting your coding environment to continue to talk about slavery
@robotcarsley definitely extremely not telling of anything to be very attached to slave terminology
@dankwraith it's about heritage code
@dankwraith godot did this too, yay!
@dankwraith On the whole python seems to be run by grownups, which is refreshing
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