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Re: Package naming rant

Le 21 avril 2016 23:23:49 GMT+02:00, Hubert Chathi <uhoreg@debian.org> a écrit :
>On Thu, 21 Apr 2016 20:47:34 +0000, Aigars Mahinovs
><aigarius@gmail.com> said:
>> You can make a openstack-fuel-agent package and it will be clear that
>> it is useless to people that do not know what openstack is. ...
>Not necessarily: "openstack-fuel-agent" (by itself) can just as easily
>be understood (by someone who has no idea what OpenStack is) as "a fuel
>agent named openstack", just like the "chromium-browser" package is
>(was) "a browser called Chromium", or "ninja-build" is "a build system
>called ninja".  So someone who is looking for, say, a fuel tracker
>not be any less confused by "openstack-fuel-agent" than by just

"I must document system"
Or "anything to do with security review"

Contextual names are better.

Just  think of how Apache modules are named after.

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