I don't entirely disapprove - I've heard suggestions akin to this made in some select meetings. Interesting hint of Lain, and I like the idea of "introducing code in a manner that is innovative and unique" *grin*
Edit: further thoughts:
Some context is provided by urbandictionary. This whole train started after we had a little trouble with these people. I don't regret a return to the "old ways", I and many others still remember how to live there. In my own industry, it became commercialised; hundreds of thousands of machines get compromised in huge bulk attacks. It's impersonal; sterile. I miss the culture of "ok, who wants ops, n00bs?" It's like the difference between handmade and machine made goods.