This is gonna sound petty, and I don't wish to point fingers or blame at anyone.
I'm a happy LibreELEC user, love the project, and thank the developers for all their hard work.
Nevertheless, in some release posts, the term "Wife Acceptance Factor" is used, for example, in the latest Alpha announcement:
If you have no idea what a debug log is or “wife acceptance factor” is critical, these builds are not for you.
I think the usage of this term - although I understand where its origins lie and that it might not be its intended goal - is not good practice. There are some good writeups online on why that is, but it boils down to this: the WAF was a derogatory way of marketing products to women, who were implied to be "gatekeeper" of what is acceptable tech equipment in the house. The term is arguably archaic and misogynistic.
I think it would be nice to replace the term with something that is not rooted in this stereotype.
It's a small thing, but it can make a big difference in perception.
What are your thoughts?