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From Tink <f...@tink.ws>
Subject Re: Apache Flex namespace and build script changes
Date Wed, 14 Mar 2012 19:18:24 GMT
I'm in agreement with Jonathan here, using just Apache with no component set name will give
us problems further down the line if we dev a new set of comps. So we could use 'a' + 'the
first letter of the marketing name', then, tag the full name on the end of the URL.


Jonathan Campos <jonbcampos@gmail.com> wrote:

>On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 9:26 AM, Justin Mclean <justin@classsoftware.com>wrote:
>> > My vote is to keep the spark ns in the 4.x branch and then have a new
>> > namespace when we decide to create a new set of components.
>> 100% agree with that. Again not suggestion we change existing name space
>> just that we add one or two.
>> I'm actually thinking we don't add any names right now, just stick with
>spark. I wouldn't want to see us get name crazy. I know you say "one or
>two", but that is a slipper slope to a few dozen pretty quickly. If
>something doesn't fit the current model well enough that it needs it's own
>namespace should it even be included in the core?
>> > I do agree with Daniel in that we don't use "apache" or any derivation as
>> > we are then stuck for the next set of components.
>> Stuck how exactly? Package names may be a bit longer but is that really an
>> issue?
>Stuck as in if we name some set of components "apache" and then after some
>time we make a new set.. we call them apache2? I'd prefer to just come up
>with a more 'marketing' style name.
>> > Though I may be convinced to have a namespace for experimental
>> components.
>> Any idea what you would name it?
>No idea. This is just talking out loud but it may be good for one of the
>branches that are more in development rather than the trunk. The trunk
>would always have finalized names and packages. This would be more for
>those developers that like to live on the edge.
>Jonathan Campos
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