"inside-out objects" as a name doesn't suggest anything about being standard
The name is Class::Std, i.e. "Class Standard.
Let me recall what you wrote:
And finally, I don't use them because, despite the name, they are the exact opposite of standard.
That's plural. The thread is named Seeking inside-out object implementations
. If your objection is about the name of a single module, then the use of plural is misleading. It would also mean that that objection doesn't hold for different implementations of inside-out objects.
Unless you want to claim that the name of inside-out objects is "Class::Std". In which case you are utterly wrong. "Class::Std" is a way of implementing inside-out objects, not 'the way'. Dismissing inside-out objects based on a single module is like dismissing databases because you don't like MySQL, or dismissing cars because you don't like Fords.