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Here's my question:

http://programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/128080/naming-an-operation-hibernate-archive-freezehttps://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/128080/naming-an-operation-hibernate-archive-freeze

I have created a process within a system and wanted to establish if there was some precedent or existing nomenclature for it. I haven't been able to come up with a good idea, and believing that it might not be a very uncommon process, figured I'd see if anyone else had come across it before or had a good idea.

(I believe that naming classes and processes well is important in a medium-to-large scale system, and IS a part of programming, and valid for asking questions about.)

Anyway, Mark Trapp decided it's not a valid question, saying that it doesn't matter, and that I should ask my team. My problems with this judgement:

  • It matters to me
  • I am the team
  • I believe the question was closed simply because the mod could not think of a suitable answer
  • It was closed, then I was immediately directed to the meta site (personally making a decision, then hiding behind the meta site IMO)

I think it was crappy to close the question within an hour.. I think this is the perfect platform to ask such a question?

Here's my question:

http://programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/128080/naming-an-operation-hibernate-archive-freeze

I have created a process within a system and wanted to establish if there was some precedent or existing nomenclature for it. I haven't been able to come up with a good idea, and believing that it might not be a very uncommon process, figured I'd see if anyone else had come across it before or had a good idea.

(I believe that naming classes and processes well is important in a medium-to-large scale system, and IS a part of programming, and valid for asking questions about.)

Anyway, Mark Trapp decided it's not a valid question, saying that it doesn't matter, and that I should ask my team. My problems with this judgement:

  • It matters to me
  • I am the team
  • I believe the question was closed simply because the mod could not think of a suitable answer
  • It was closed, then I was immediately directed to the meta site (personally making a decision, then hiding behind the meta site IMO)

I think it was crappy to close the question within an hour.. I think this is the perfect platform to ask such a question?

Here's my question:

https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/128080/naming-an-operation-hibernate-archive-freeze

I have created a process within a system and wanted to establish if there was some precedent or existing nomenclature for it. I haven't been able to come up with a good idea, and believing that it might not be a very uncommon process, figured I'd see if anyone else had come across it before or had a good idea.

(I believe that naming classes and processes well is important in a medium-to-large scale system, and IS a part of programming, and valid for asking questions about.)

Anyway, Mark Trapp decided it's not a valid question, saying that it doesn't matter, and that I should ask my team. My problems with this judgement:

  • It matters to me
  • I am the team
  • I believe the question was closed simply because the mod could not think of a suitable answer
  • It was closed, then I was immediately directed to the meta site (personally making a decision, then hiding behind the meta site IMO)

I think it was crappy to close the question within an hour.. I think this is the perfect platform to ask such a question?

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Why is it not suitable for ask how to name a process?

Here's my question:

http://programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/128080/naming-an-operation-hibernate-archive-freeze

I have created a process within a system and wanted to establish if there was some precedent or existing nomenclature for it. I haven't been able to come up with a good idea, and believing that it might not be a very uncommon process, figured I'd see if anyone else had come across it before or had a good idea.

(I believe that naming classes and processes well is important in a medium-to-large scale system, and IS a part of programming, and valid for asking questions about.)

Anyway, Mark Trapp decided it's not a valid question, saying that it doesn't matter, and that I should ask my team. My problems with this judgement:

  • It matters to me
  • I am the team
  • I believe the question was closed simply because the mod could not think of a suitable answer
  • It was closed, then I was immediately directed to the meta site (personally making a decision, then hiding behind the meta site IMO)

I think it was crappy to close the question within an hour.. I think this is the perfect platform to ask such a question?