Re: Bug#150761: ITP: moin -- Python clone of WikiWiki
On Mon, Jun 24, 2002 at 09:28:27PM +0200, Jonas Smedegaard wrote:
> > "moin-x.y.z". It seems that in spite of the project officially being
> > called MoinMoin (mimicking WikiWiki, and *not* an attempt to avoid
> > namespace collision with your hypothetical "Moin" package)
Thinking in that way, should i ever call my project Moin, i could not use
`moin' as the package name: so now, how may i cal the package?
> > there are several precedents set by the project itself for shortening that
> > to just "moin" in path and filenames.
Who spoke of file names and path? I refered to the package name, and INHO, it
should reflect the name of the project.
> My point as well (thanks for the detailed arguments, Ben).
We all use to shorten names when we can, but the project is still called
That's my opinion, if you like.
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