Re: Naming policy for Perl modules (mass bug filing)
On Mar 24, 2010, at 16:57, gregor herrmann wrote:
> On Wed, 24 Mar 2010 10:59:33 +0100, Jozef Kutej wrote:
>>> A consistent schema is easier for searching, for downloading
>>> (source|binary) package, for finding a package's bugs or PTS page,
>>> for "blindly" adding dependencies ...
Yes - this will be useful to devs as well as users.
>> consistent_schema++ that is for sure.
> I agree that this task will remain to exists.
> Still I think that more consistency -- although no high priority -- helps a bit.
> (So these questions are independent for me.)
> As a side note: IIRC all of the few involved packages are not
> maintained by the Debian Perl Group, so we can't do a lot about them
> anyway. IMO it's fine if Ansgar files the bugs, then we'll see what
> happens anyway.
I think the bug filing is the most logical first step towards the consistency we seek and is less work than changing the way we index or search.