re: Refactoring condescending language with alexjs VIEW POST

re: Thanks! It's fairyfloss-ified 😁 I like the idea of integrating with the linter but I had a good number of what I think are "false positives" and I...

Yeah definitely have it configured a bit. So for my company's docs, we have the profanitySureness set to 1 instead of the default 0 and that eliminated a lot of the false positives for us (like execute or failed because we're a testing platform so we use those terms a lot). Then we add allows as they pop up - for example, I think we have the hostesses-hosts rule in there because we talk about network hosts.

That makes sense - thanks for sharing!

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