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Timestamp:
01/03/2024 09:57:32 PM (5 months ago)
Author:
hellofromTonya
Message:

Docs: Replace "sanity" with "confidence" for inclusive language.

The phrase "sanity check" unnecessarily references mental health. It's an old phrase used to denote an extra step in verifying code works as expected.

“The WordPress open source community cares about diversity. We strive to maintain a welcoming environment where everyone can feel included.”

While "sanity check" is a well-known phrase with a specific meaning, "confidence check" is a direct replacement that is more clear of its intent while being more inclusive.

Words matter.

Follow-up to [49216], [46271], [40583], [38832], [38637], [37409], [33359], [32162], [30346], [30345], [30238], [30055], [29902], [28763], [26141], [25002], [22227], [13428], [12148], [11025], [8927].

Props dartiss, hellofromTonya.
Fixes #60187.

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  • trunk/src/wp-includes/taxonomy.php

    r57044 r57239  
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    25752575    /*
    2576      * Sanity check: if we just created a term with the same parent + taxonomy + slug but a higher term_id than
     2576     * Confidence check: if we just created a term with the same parent + taxonomy + slug but a higher term_id than
    25772577     * an existing term, then we have unwittingly created a duplicate term. Delete the dupe, and use the term_id
    25782578     * and term_taxonomy_id of the older term instead. Then return out of the function so that the "create" hooks
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