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Rando Namer

A quick script for auto-generating a release name in the [adjective]_[noun] format given a website as source input.

The NLP part-of-speech tagger isn't perfect, but what is?

Setup

gem install rbtagger
gem install nokogiri

Simple Usage

With no arguments, one suggestion will be returned using the argument defaults. When no website is passed, it defaults to Special:Random which loads a random article from Wikipedia.

ruby namer.rb

Returns:

  • available_metres

Better Usage

You can optionally pass the number of suggections you want returned, enforce proper nouns, and a list of zero or more websites to crawl - used to determine the words available for the suggestions.

Better Example 1

ruby namer.rb --suggestions=5 --proper=1

Returns:

  • intext_creative
  • spanish_theologia
  • precise_deutsch
  • mystic_Ávila
  • stark_ariosophy

Better Example 2

ruby namer.rb --suggestions=5 --proper=1 \
	http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodore_Roosevelt

Returns:

  • post_indian
  • retrieved_trail
  • critical_toucey
  • domestic_indian
  • milkandwater_airdrop

Better Example 3

ruby namer.rb --suggestions=5 --proper=1 \
	http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodore_Roosevelt \
	http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franklin_D._Roosevelt

Returns:

  • ill_november
  • panamanian_allen
  • stopwatch_fdr
  • difficult_w
  • monetary_roosevelt

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