Re: texlive-basic_2005-1_i386.changes REJECTED
[I've dropped some CCs...]
Norbert Preining wrote:
>>What about texlive-bin-base?
> As I said, it is true that I can arbitrary hyphens, but there was a
> decisison behind these names: Keeping the collections of TeX live (this
> is what users see when they use the installer) and the debian packages
> namewise in sync.
> I have no problem introducing different names, but only if I see good
> reasons other than "I like it" or "it is usual like this". To me, the
> argument on name-sync collection-debiannames is strong enough to keep
> the current names.
Well, Debian as a project has effectively standardized (by practice) on
the hyphenation that has been suggested all over the place in this
thread. Debian users will and should be able to expect a Debian-style
Dismissing comments favoring this hyphenation - in unison - as
expressions of personal taste doesn't really reflect the fact that
consistency is a quality Debian users look for in packages.
If you provide the TeX live names in the long description, people will
be able to find stuff by the usual package search functions.
Thomas Viehmann, http://thomas.viehmann.net/