On 12-03-15 at 09:57pm, Jérémy Lal wrote:
> here are my preferences about two small questions that could be fixed 
> by http://wiki.debian.org/Javascript/Policy
> * nothing is said about the preferred source package name when
>   "library is usable both from a web-browser and from NodeJS"
>   I would naively say "let's keep upstream name", what do you say ?

I see no reason for us to mandate a certain source package name, and 
therefore recommend we keep it as-is: We have no Policy on source 
package name.

> * Capitalizations :
>   JavaScript or Javascript
>   NodeJS or Nodejs ?
>   I prefer when only the first letter is in caps.

I prefer the correct name.  So let's check which is more correct...

http://nodejs.org/ says Node.js

https://developer.mozilla.org/en/JavaScript says JavaScript

Anyone has some sources more authoritative saying different?

 - Jonas

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