Hi! There is some 3rd party things that it is nice to have named similarily.
For KDE3 we have - icons - widget styles - window decorations Icons are named kde-icons-$NAME Widget styles are named kde-style-$NAME window decorations are named kwin-style-$NAME If a source package contains both a style and a window decoration, packages are called kde-style-$NAME, if not split. For KDE4 we (possibly) have - icons - widget styles - window decorations - plasma thingies - 3rd party kio slaves As we only have one desktop, we can quite easily keep using the kde- icons-$NAME, unless with the xdg icon theme spec, a KDE specifyer isn't needed any mor. For widget styles, there might be some reasons for a overlap for some period of time with kde3 and kde4 widget styles with the same name. Maybe trying to decide on kde-style-$NAME to be the "kde desktop" version, so that packages needing both a kde3 and kde4 style to upload the style as kde3- style-$NAME and keeping the kde4 style as kde-style-$NAME For window decorations, as only one kde window manager is around, kwin- style-$NAME can be kept. kio slaves, 3rd party, could be kde-kio-$NAME, latest seen in kde-kio-ftps. ALternatively, kio-$NAME. There is afaik currently no such packages in debian. That leaves plasma-only thingies. Should they be called plasma-$NAME, $NAME-plasma, $NAME-plasma-$TYPE, $NAME, plasma-$TYPE-$NAME or something completely different. for $TYPE, there is dataengine, containment, applet and a few others. I guess my suggestion would be plasma-$NAME. If a source package contains a application and something uses plasma, they should in general be in same package, but if that is not desired, the plasma part can be split out in plasma-$NAME Comments welcome. If no comments at all within the next weeks, I guess I will document what I will require for my packaging and sponsoring efforts, hoping that the rest will follow. /Sune -- Genius, I cannot overclock the BIOS over the analogic Direct3D connection, how does it work? You can never send to the coaxial tower of a password to a monitor on a icon on a jumper, in such way from the folder menu inside DOS you neither must remove the prompt to the AGP virus, nor need to delete from a Fast directory of the wordprocessor in order to click a back-end.
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