On 10/3/05, Lennart Regebro <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> OK. How come we just don't use dotted names?
We can use dotted names, but sometimes we still want to know what else
is out there. Dotted names help avoid accidental collisions in a
small namespace, but do not help us know what is provided. I think
it's perfectly OK if you simply want to use a prefix to avoid
conflicts, but for products you release to the community, it makes a
lot of sense to document the specific features that are provided.
This is especially to determine if several people are implementing
similar features, since that may indicate an opportunity to
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