John Herbert from Lame Journal comments:
Earlier today on Twitter, Tom Hollingsworth (@networkingnerd) raised the subject of naming conventions. He’s right that having something in the device name that clues you in to where it’s located is really helpful when you’re troubleshooting. But wait, that’s a a form of information disclosure, and some evil h4x0r could use that, plus any other devices they find, to map out your network. So is this good or bad?
Read more at: DNS Naming Unconventions