Kate Pickering wrote a Knitters geek code for the new edition of Knitty. This is mine:
KER Exp++ SPM+ Steel Wood++ Bam+> Syn Cot++ Wool++ Stash+ Scale+> Fin Ent?> Flat++ Circ++ DPN++ Swatch KIP++ !EZ Blog++ SNB EZ? GaugeF+S++DK++ FO++ WIP+
KER = Knitter, English method, Rightie
Exp++ = I've been knitting for more than a decade and feel confident that I can figure out whatever I need to.
SPM+ = I mostly get gifts done in time.
Steel = I use steel needles
Wood++ = really like wood needles
Bam+> = wannabee bamboo needle user
Syn+ = use synthetics
Cot++ = like cotton
Wool++ = like wool
Stash+ = When I spy a terrific yarn bargain, I'm not about to pass it up, so I've got a bit of a stash. I sort through it regularly, and when I start a new project, it's usually out of my stash yarn.
Scale+> = (wannabee) Thanks to my day job, I mostly concentrate on small projects, but I manage to fit in a sweater a year.
Fin = I hate this part (finishing), but you have to do it. I always try to keep it simple, and I weave in ends or sew seams as I go so it isn't so bad at the end.
Ent?> = not tried entrelac, but would like to
Flat++ = Flat knitting [you do seams]
Circ++ = Circular knitting [you avoid seams]
DPN++ = Double-pointed needles [4 or 5]
Swatch = I embrace the swatch
KIP++ = I knit in public
Blog++ = Of course I have a weblog
SNB = I've read Stitch n Bitch
EZ? = Who is Elizabeth Zimmermann?
GaugeF+S++DK++ = I use fingering, sport, double knitting weight yarn
FO++ = Multiple finished objects
WIP+ = No more than four projects currently in progress
For comparison, this is my standard geek code: (decode it here, just paste in the whole thing)
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