Shakespeare answered this question already a long time ago
What's in a name? that which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet;
Was this thing completely designed in a vacuum?
It is a very commonly made mistake to think that the rest of the world sees the world our way. Only when you start traveling or go to places you have never been before you'll find out things are named/done differently elsewhere. Don't feel offended even NASA makes these mistakes http://www.nasa.gov/topics/universe/features/astrobiology_toxic_chemical.html
"As we pursue our efforts to seek signs of life in the solar system, we have to think more broadly, more diversely and consider life as we do not know it."
#1 Why do you call what everyone else since recorded time has called "source code" or "program" a script? Why change this?
In my world "source code" refers to a snippet of texts that (given a context) can be used to modify/create a program.
A program is the executable outcome of a interpreted or compiled bunch of source code.
A script is interpreted "source code"
As a self declared C/C++ priest
I have to say none of these really match 100% what is meant with a sketch.
Note that in the arty world a script refers to text that is used to make a play (this is probably a very bad definition)
In the business world program is something to cause directed change
Given a context it is mostly clear what we are talking about. This is why humans are so error resistant. In other words it does not have to be correct to be well understood. Computers on the other hand do not have this trait.
PS I know I lectured again