Proposing Quick Charts as a new framework
dhaumann at kde.org
Mon Sep 9 09:24:57 BST 2019
On Sat, Sep 7, 2019 at 3:59 PM Arjen Hiemstra <ahiemstra at heimr.nl> wrote:
> On 06-09-2019 02:49, Aleix Pol wrote:
> > On Thu, Sep 5, 2019 at 10:53 PM Arjen Hiemstra <ahiemstra at heimr.nl>
> > wrote:
> >> On 02-09-2019 19:26, Luigi Toscano wrote:
> >> > Arjen Hiemstra ha scritto:
> >> That's actually a good point, though the kf5 is only in the repository
> >> name, I
> >> name it "Quick Charts" everywhere else. Which is probably a good
> >> reason
> >> to have
> >> the repo name changed in the first place. :) Originally, I put kf5 in
> >> the repo
> >> name because that's what is used once installed as part of Frameworks,
> >> but I
> >> agree that it can lead to confusing things.
> > It should be called kquickchart (which indeed is far too similar to
> > kqtquickcharts). Much like you use KF5CoreAddons, but the repository
> > is called kcoreaddons.
> To be fair, KCoreAddons is called KCoreAddons in its documentation, so
> does not seem to be called "CoreAddons". At the same time, there are
> of Frameworks that do not start with a K, like Solid, Prison or BluezQt.
> So I do not really see why it should be "kquickcharts".
Just my 2 cents:
The reason is consistency. Don't underestimate consistency. We have
done naming mistakes from time to time, but that should not imply
we should do it again.
+1 for KQuickCharts, names do matter.
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