I'm no expert in this, but here are my two cents.
If Kup is still a kcm module, I guess you can go on with kcm-kup, even if
there is no kcm package (or is there? Maybe with a different name?) If it
was a kcm module but it's not anymore, I would suggest kup-backup. It
contains the original project name with a hint at what it actually is.
On Wed, May 3, 2017, 18:15 Mattia Verga <mattia.verga(a)email.it> wrote:
I would like to package Kup  for inclusion in Fedora, but I'm
confused about naming the package.
In Fedora repositories there's already a completely unrelated "kup"
package , so I cannot name this new package with it's official name.
Since Kup is born as a KCM module, I think I can name it "kcm-kup" ...
but there's really no package in Fedora named "kcm". In fact, looking
through the package list I can find six kcm modules, but they are following
different name schemas: the oldest three are using the "-" separator
(kcm-fcitx, kcm-gtk, kcm-qt-graphicssystem), while the newest three use the
"_" (kcm_systemd, kcm_touchpad, kcm_wacomtablet) which is a violation of
naming guidelines .
Suggestions are welcome. Thanks
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