Recently I opened a review  for a new sphinx theme:
The upstream name is sphinx_py3doc_enhanced_theme, so in my opinion,
the the package should be named python-sphinx_py3doc_enhanced_theme.
Furthermore, there's another sphinx theme with underscores in its
name: python3-sphinx_rtd_theme. So I find it logical that the package
is named this way.
However, the reviewer (Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek) pointed out that:
- Dashes are preferred (See the guidelines )
- Most themes are named with this pattern: python-sphinx-theme-<name>
Therefore, it would be consistent to name the package: python-sphinx-
theme-py3doc-enhanced and I think that's a good point.
A middle ground would be to use provides so the package can be
installed with both names, but that leaves the question about the
"main" name unresolved.
BTW, I though there was a wiki page about packaging sphinx themes but I
can't find it out. Does it ring a bell to anyone?
I just submitted the 4.6.6 kernel update to stable for F23/F24. Both
4.7.1 and 4.6.7 are expected to be released upstream on Tuesday. 4.6.7
will be the last 4.6.y based kernel for F23/F24. 4.7.1 or 4.7.2 will
be available for testing sometime early next week.
If you have any questions please let us know.
For the person who not attend Flock 2016 event.
As I knew the useful page for the event today, let me announce you.
You can watch videos and slices from following page.
Flock 2016 Talks (Slides, Videos)
As the page has links to slides and videos for some, not all talks,
if you are the speaker and you have slide or video, I would like you to upload those to the page.