On Fri, 2006-08-18 at 12:36 -0700, Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
Luke Macken is working on a few python packages for infrastructure
has run across an unanticipated naming issue with python-pastedeploy and
Our present naming guidelines _ say to use the name of the python
module when it is imported. The question is how does this map to
submodules? In this case:
This could reasonably be named python-pastedeploy or
python-paste-deploy. Do we want to specify that submodules be named one
or the other or leave it up to the packager?
For what it's worth, Debian has python-pastedeploy but also
python-twisted-conch so they seem to leave it to the packager ATM.
Up to developer's discretion, IMHO. Look at what upstream calls it.
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