What are grapes?

+12 votes
Context of db_errors project
in The Tree House by William Arbuthnot of Kittybrewster G2G6 Pilot (173k points)
retagged by Maggie N.
still not enough context?
Thanks for asking, Sir William. I had been wondering why the Errors project wants to connect my father to a Grape.

2 Answers

+12 votes
A small tree not connected to the global tree.
by Aleš Trtnik G2G6 Pilot (671k points)
Grapes doesn't seem like the right word.... How about Seedling or Sapling?
Or perhaps acorns or chestnuts or gumnuts. There was a discussion somewhere about using twigs for our branches of the tree.

This is obviously translation issue (Lost in translation).

In slovenian language we use Grozd=Grape also for hierarchy of the companies,...

Apparently in english it is not used in that manner.

Any other suggestions? I newer heard for words Seedling or Sapling, so maybe other non english people also didn't.

Maybe Unconnected tree.

Another suggestion from a non-english speaking person

orphaned tree... compare how it's used in typesetting


disconnected...used in graph theory

I would.favour sapling. ,
I don't much like "sapling" for this, since saplings are rooted in the ground, and I perceive that these unconnected profiles float in the air.

"Unconnected tree" is not as cute as these other suggestions, but I think it is more understandable.
Indeed Unconnected tree I think all will understand, sapling for many members from different countries probably is just as mysterious as the grapes were for you William ;)

Aleš, Yes lost in translation :-)

+5 votes
Where did I use Grape. I found and corrected it in description of error 106. Anywhere else?
by Aleš Trtnik G2G6 Pilot (671k points)
Grape appears in a table identifying a profile that has the same name as my father and lacks connections. I can't access the errors site at the moment to see more details.
That is error 106, already corrected.

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