Github user mattf-horton commented on a diff in the pull request:
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    +package org.apache.metron.bundles.bundle;
    + * The coordinates of a bundle (group, artifact, version).
    + */
    +public class BundleCoordinate {
    +    public static final String DEFAULT_GROUP = "default";
    +    public static final String DEFAULT_VERSION = "unversioned";
    +    public static final BundleCoordinate UNKNOWN_COORDINATE = new 
BundleCoordinate(DEFAULT_GROUP, "unknown", DEFAULT_VERSION);
    +    private final String group;
    +    private final String id;
    +    private final String version;
    +    private final String coordinate;
    +    public BundleCoordinate(final String group, final String id, final 
String version) {
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    This is only a nit, but common usage is, I think, to use "coordinates" in 
the plural.  There are in fact multiple coordinates included here.  Maven is 
similar, and "maven coordinates" is the common usage.

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