* Russ Allbery (r...@debian.org) [120503 01:33]: > Ian Jackson <ijack...@chiark.greenend.org.uk> writes: > > > I'm disappointed to see this is still rumbling on. There is only one > > correct solution, and it is this: > > >> In the long term, I would be happiest if both were renamed. > > I won't reiterate the arguments that I've already made on debian-devel, > but will mention here for those who haven't been following that discussion > that I think I disagree. Based on the information that I currently have > (and this has been changing over the course of the discussion), I think > Node.js should (eventually, with a suitable transition) have the name > node, since the use of it in the ham radio package is as an inetd-invoked > daemon and the renaming there doesn't have much impact. (It's a system > interface, but not really a user interface.) > > It's interesting that Fedora has nodejs, and I think we should also > provide nodejs and encourage people to use that name, but I think it would > be best for our users to also provide node.