It also appears we've hit the first real instance of labels like spinning, gyro, same, and opposite making things difficult. After confusing myself and wrestling around with renaming Brian's gyro osis and spinning osis records to the zooming equivalents (which I eventually figured out from a lot of air shred was pointless and created unnecessary new Job's notation vocabulary) I realized that we should decide sooner than later whether or not gyro tricks are listed as "Gyro Move Name" or "Spinning Near Move Name". I don't think going one way or the other will cause more or less naming problems in the future, but I have a feeling people will search for the "gyro" monikor more than "spinning near". As I believe Jeremy pointed out this does leave the problem of having both "ss"/"near" and "op"/"far"/"paradox" in simultaneous use which is not optimal. Technically something like "spinning whirl (ss)" would work the most elegantly, but no one would search for that over "gyro whirl". Do the modern naming conventions remedy this issue at all? In any case I am adding gyro tricks as such for now. This can easily be reverted later.
I did notice during verification that some of Brian's gyro osis contacts have quite frigid sets. Considering I was recently compelled by public opinion to take down Aleksey Romanov's scorpion's tail equal record (that would have tied Jim Penske's standing record of 7) due to this very reason I would like those of you viewing this thread to judge the following contacts of this record:
- everything beyond #27
Anssi, I was hoping that you'd be inspired to break some records based on your recent footage...