We've already decided on
I've also talked about it with Anaconda developers and they seem to like
it. I think that the chance the URL will work and point to something
irrelevant in the future is very small.
But if you have objections against it, we can still change it.
On 3/12/20 4:10 PM, Matthew Miller wrote:
On Thu, Feb 27, 2020 at 02:36:43PM +0100, Zdenek Veleba wrote:
> My team would like to open-source our testing tool for Anaconda.
> Currently it’s using our custom XML namespace with Red Hat URI. We
> think it would be best to change it to fedoraproject.org
. Is there
> some kind of process for reserving/registering it for our tool? Or
> are we free coming up with some URI like:
> "http://fedoraproject.org/anaconda-testing/tool-name/recipe" and
> using that as our namespace?
It's probably safer to go with something like
to avoid cluttering the fedoraproject.org/*
space with things we need to
keep up with forever even if we change what that site runs on or points to.
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