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This is a python module that generates random codenames for projects.
A basic command, as well as a simple HTTP API server, are included.
I have intentionally excluded words that are long, confusing, hard to spell, as well as occupations, animal names with negative connotations, and some foods and body parts in an attempt to avoid randomly generating negative, threatening, or disgusting code names.
This module uses nothing but the python3 standard library.
- What M&A code names are and why investment banks use them
- WSJ: Project Funway: Code Names Help Spice Up the Art of the Deal
Clone the repo, then run
PYTHONPATH=. python3 bin/server inside it.
An instance of
master should be running at https://codename.sneak.run/.
You are invited to contribute to this repository. Pull requests that introduce additional words for the lists are welcome, but please keep it simple.
Jeffrey Paul <email@example.com>
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This code is released into the public domain.