Developers of Apache Kafka, open-source distributed event streaming platform, have decided that the name "Kafka" is better suited to describe Webpack, a popular web bundling utility.

To make better use of the new name and trademark, the next version of the bundling utility will also rename "hooks" to "traps".

The CLI tool for new Kafka will include "fluid syntax", in which the order and priority of arguments will change depending on day of the week, weather and some other hidden conditions. Authors believe, that fluid CLI syntax and Kafka traps will enable web developers to spend more time contemplating life choices and less time generating megabytes of code.