It's the first time I hear of this convention and I'm almost certain no one
has been adhering to it.
At least I haven't been, since I wasn't even aware it existed.
It would definitely avoid collisions, especially among plugin authors.
If you look at my plugins, you'll find that many have a good chance for
future incompatibilities owed to their generic names...
Eventually, rather than the above convention, I think we should have some
public listing where authors can register some basic info about their
plugins, especially things that may clash, like:
- css classes
I find that to be a more sensible approach which would also make plugins a
little more discoverable. Then a dev could verify if their desired name was
already used by something else.
This could be a simple github repo where authors are free to make a PR for
their plugin listing.
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