Who Really Coined This Catchphrase
Who really coined the catchphrase “leafBuilder?“
Was it the Austrian AI programmer Alex Champandard who’ve been a collaborating member of the GitHub community for years; whose swift fingers and experimental computer code, by happenstance, resulted in the catchphrase “leaf Builder” conflating as a single word way back in 2007?
Or — was it that bitter and meddlesome John Sudds, [the catchphrase’s current trademark owner], who says he conceived the mark and began crafting its persona way back in 2008, and who’s convinced that nothing on any major search engine catalogued the [conflated] version of the catchphrase in any software code when he invented it?
Perhaps we need a computer forensics expert to dissect it all — to search for the unadulterated truth; particularly by examining certain logic in software algorithm behaviors, consistencies in code discovery and language formations, server updates, webpage updates and the likes.
John believes he’s the true creator of a brilliant catchphrase, and is loving every minute of it.
Related Content: The controversial “tree library,” and perhaps its original relationship to the node “leaf.”
Just stop with the sneakiness.