Comment 8 for bug 146167

Matthew Paul Thomas wrote:
> Emilio, someone who is (rightly) alarmed when we call software "bad"
> would be even more alarmed if we called it "unstable" AND "bad". So no,
> that wouldn't solve the problem, it would make it worse. :-)

heh, right. Perhaps the same but removing bad/ugly/good. Although I doubt that
will be any better than it is now, as a user will be as (or more) alarmed if he
sees unstable (or experimental) than if he sees bad or ugly.

Non-free sounds like a good replacement for ugly. good doesn't need to be
replaced at all. But for bad... what about "not-so-good"? :)