I am reading the arXiv published paper by Frank Wilczek called "Physics in 100 Years". Apparently, this paper is the printed form of a talk given at Brown University earlier this year (2015).
Right at the start, and in the Appendix, Wilczek clarifies how he is using the name "Standard Model". Quoted from footnote 3 in section 1.1:
The term "Standard Model" has many shortcomings, not the least of which is that it is sometimes used for the electroweak theory, sometimes specifically for the minimal electroweak model, sometimes for the electroweak theory together with quantum chromodynamics, and sometimes for the theories of all four forces.
Wilczek goes on to say that he prefers to use the name "Standard Model" in its original sense, to mean the electroweak theory only (that is, $SU(2)\times U(1)$ gauge theory).
Question: is this distinction in using the name "Standard Model" in this more limited (albeit, original) scope unique to Wilczek or is this common among professional or practicing physicists? I have never heard of it before (showing my ignorance of course) and the Standard Model to me is typically scoped by the full description of all fundamental particles (fermions), forces (bosons), and anti-particle partners.
Therefore, when I go to read about the Standard Model, what am I reading about?