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Sometimes when it's difficult to properly name some domain item.
I read re this problem next: "Give things a name, and if you can't think of a good name, defer it and call it the blue policy until..."

Can you clarify what is blue policy, please?
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I'm sorry
Proper Subtitle is Give things a name
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Hello,

In this case, the advice is suggesting you should create a nonsensical name so that everyone is clear that you haven't found a good name for it yet. You could call it anything: "cheese on toast policy", "mow the lawns policy", or something completely nonsensical using made up words.

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