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Re: help needed: LSM acronym

Adam Borowski dijo [Fri, Jan 05, 2018 at 09:42:31PM +0100]:
> Hi!
> I'd like to ask for help with devising an acronym, as my ability with puns
> or other wordplay in any language is almost non-existant.
> Background: I'm working on a kernel facility to set a policy for filenames,
> for security reasons.  The recommended defaults are banning '\n' and 01..31,
> the user can also elect to ban invalid Unicode, initial and final spaces,
> initial '-', etc.  The initial hard-coded patch was NACKed, and I was told
> to re-do this as a LSM.
> A LSM needs a name, and the tradition is to use bad acronyms, of which "Yet
> Another Meaningless Acronym" takes the cake.

A plus point for YAMA is that, in Spanish, we say "¿cómo se llama?"
meaning "how is it called?" ("y" and "ll" are mostly homophone in this

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