(No, a file naming convention is not a large hotel full of FileNamers wearing Hi My Name Is stickers and looking for geek schwag.)
I look forward to the day when I tell my grandchildren, I remember back when we only had the old 8.3 format, just an eight-letter name followed by a three-letter file type.
I try to be reasonable.
- IANAF (I Am Not A Fundamentalist) who insists on using the DEC Alphabet in filenames, eschewing the use of letters I, L, O, Q, S and Z because they may cause confusion with numerals 1, 0, 5, and 2.
- IANAA (I Am Not An Anarchist) who insists on using leet (1337) substitutions in filenames. ex: f33lings-nothing-more-than-f33lings.wav