As with all things in computing, one of two problems always seem to raise their ugly heads… We either have an off-by-one error, or we have a caching error, or we have a naming problem.
Lars and I have been working on an acceptance testing tool recently. You may have seen the soft launch announcement on Lars' blog. Sadly since that time we've discovered that Fable is an overloaded name in the domain of software quality assurance and we do not want to try and compete with Fable since (a) they were there first, and (b) accessibility is super-important and we don't want to detract from the work they're doing.
As such, this is a request for help. We need to name our tool usefully, since how can we make a git repository until we have a name? Previous incarnations of the tool were called Yarn and we chose Fable to carry on the sense of telling a story (the fundamental unit of testing in these systems is a scenario), but we are not wedded to the idea of continuing in the same vein.
If you have an idea for a name for our tool, please consider reading about it on the Fable website, and then either comment here, or send me an email, prod me on IRC, or indeed any of the various ways you have to find me.