my personal method, i prefix "jack" to the name of the init
ial strata['s distro].
so for when i hijacked voidlinux, its strata became jackvoid, and on another machine i hijacked slackware(current) and called it jackslack. ... oh, and my funtoo hijack i called jacktoo. ^_^[/edit]
i chose to do this addition to help remember later when i have lots of strata which was first, and to help provide an alternative strata name for when i add more strata of that distro, and the hijacked strata gradually gets picked away to less and less, and/or even removed maybe. ^_^
so, it's a convention, to keep things simple.
but you dont need to follow it.
call it "bob".
using a distro's release name (e.g. jessie) rather than distro name (e.g. debian) might be useful later on, above just picking the distro name, like if you make an upgrade strata.
using bedrock release name (e.g. nyla) might be worth doing once (/if) the hijack strata is stripped to nothing more than you'd get from a non-hijack full bedrock install's initial stratum
. ^_^ maybe that's a little silly/slippery now that the bedrock stratum's now split in nyla. http://bedrocklinux.org/1.0beta2/con...ata-attributes
whatever you end up calling it, can always meddle around it for your convenience later http://bedrocklinux.org/1.0beta2/tro...tratum-aliases
i wonder if you could rename the fallback strata to Nyla.
... that'd be a bit more in keeping with the old way.