The acronyms drive me CRAZY!!!!!!!!!
I find it very difficult to understand what the aich e double toothpicks you're talking about most times because I have to translate part of what you are writing about into English....and many,many times I can't do it and I lose the gist of your topic.
You work with the acronyms/abbreviations you invented day in and day ... so does your staff...but but most of us don't. Please consider that for many of us the acronyms occur and are processed in our minds as a foreign language. Daga aanakanootamaagen!
An earlier post suggested that someone could assemble an acronym/English reference that the rest of us could refer to when we didn't understand what you're talking about....perhaps keep it handy on our desk top as we do Search It!
Seems like a lot of extra work for a lot of people when an alternative is that you could choose to use common English phrases in place of code.
I appreciate the passion and energy you put into SBI. I'm glad your life is challenging and fun. But I do hope you can find a way to talk to us in a way we can all hear.
Post Scriptum ..... I read latin, too
In the Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwa language) Gi-nitaa-wemitigoozhiim na?
means "Do you speak English?" and Daga aanakanootamaagen!
means "Please translate for me!"