#17 Package naming not following policy

policy violation
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Other (13)
2
2003-02-03
2001-07-02
Anonymous
No

The memoization, series and quick-array packages don't
really follow the naming policy (they're not final
applications, so they really ought to have cl- or
clocc- prefixes.

This is not as grave as it might be because the main
reason we have the naming policy is to avoid clashes
with real debian packages (e.g. imho); since the above
_are_ real debian packages it isn't a problem.

Discussion

  • Stig E Sandø

    Stig E Sandø - 2001-07-02
    • priority: 5 --> 2
    • assigned_to: nobody --> pvaneynd
     
  • Stig E Sandø

    Stig E Sandø - 2001-07-02

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    This seems to be Peter's packages. Also lowered the
    priority.

     
  • Peter Van Eynde

    Peter Van Eynde - 2003-02-03

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    Packages have new names in unstable, will ask for removal of
    old packages when they are all in testing.

     
  • Peter Van Eynde

    Peter Van Eynde - 2003-02-03
    • status: open --> closed
     

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