I do think it was nice to coin the term "Jaquaying" as a way to honor an underappreciated individual whose influence during the nascent role playing game industry is felt even today. Prior to a few short years ago, I don't believe I had ever heard of Judge's Guild, it looks like they had stopped producing books prior to my introduction to AD&D, nor do I ever recall hearing of Janell Jaquays even under her other name. The use of term brough Jaquays to my attention and made me a bit more aware and appreciative of those who designed the maps we use in TTRPGs as well as video games. While I didn't use the term, mostly because I don't know how to pronounce it, I understood what people meant when they typed it out and I had no objection to it being used. If I use Xandering, who exactly am I honoring?