It's occurred to me that there are a multitude of notation systems for skewb, and with a skewb milestone right around the corner, I think that a lack of a standardized notation system will make generating and sharing algorithms a nightmare.

Because of this, I'd like to propose a notation system that maintains WCA FCN while labelling the other four corners based on other existing notation systems:

**Standard Skewb Notation Proposal**

The puzzle is held with three faces fully visible, where the U face is on top, the F face is on the front-left, and the R face is on the front-right.

The D face is opposite the U face, the L face is opposite the R face, and the B face is opposite the F face.

The corner piece adjacent to the square-shaped centre pieces of any three adjacent faces A, B, and C, will be said to be in the ABC position.

Thus:

**U** is a clockwise twist of the layer around the UBL corner.

**R** is a clockwise twist of the layer around the DBR corner.

**L** is a clockwise twist of the layer around the DFL corner.

**B** is a clockwise twist of the layer around the DBL corner.

The four twists listed above comprise the official WCA scrambling notation for Skewb, also known as "WCA FCN".

**F** is a clockwise twist of the layer around the DFR corner.

**r** is a clockwise twist of the layer around the UBR corner.

**l** is a clockwise twist of the layer around the UFL corner.

**f** is a clockwise twist of the layer around the UFR corner.

' inverts a move.

How does this sound?