Re: Capitalization conventions for Debian release names
On Fri, Apr 26, 2002 at 09:46:36AM -0400, David Sewell wrote:
> I suspect that when people type "potato" and "woody" they are influenced
> by the fact that in the FTP tree those are the lowercased names of
> directories to which "stable" and "testing" are symlinks. Using the form
> "woody" suggests that you conceive of "woody" as "everything that lives
> within the directory /debian/dists/woody". But see following comments...
But then they'd also use "debian", and we generally disapprove of that :)
> 1. When used by itself, the codename of a Debian release should
> be capitalized, in ordinary text font. Example:
> To upgrade from Potato to Woody, follow these steps . . .
I'd prefer to leave it at potato, woody etc.
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