I know you tech heads like to keep up with the latest developments in the field, and watch the industry leaders closely to be sure you're maintaining an up to the minute, cutting edge advantage over the competition. So, maybe you're already aware of how far ahead Duck Duck Go is. But just in case you aren't, are you ALSO carefully scrubbing your code free of "harmful terminology"? Seems to me, this could be just as important a measure of code quality, as duplication or cyclomatic complexity! I mean, seriously. How do you know how much pain and suffering you're causing future developers, by your use of terms like "subordinate clause" or "tight coupling" or, God forbid, "master branch"!!