+1 Clayton's idea.
But can't we use "paster" as basic namespace?


Marcos F. Romero
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On Sat, Oct 9, 2010 at 2:13 AM, Clayton Parker <clay...@sixfeetup.com> wrote:
> On Oct 4, 2010, at 3:20 PM, Cristopher Ewing wrote:
>> Greetings all,
>> I have taken the first steps towards a refactoring of ZopeSkel from a 
>> monolithic package into a federated series of namespace packages.  For 
>> information on the reasoning behind this move, and the goals of the move, 
>> please refer to the SPLITTING_PROPOSAL document in the trunk of ZopeSkel:
>> http://dev.plone.org/collective/browser/ZopeSkel/trunk/SPLITTING-PROPOSAL.txt
> I was reviewing the proposal and had a thought about naming. There is no real 
> reason to use the zopeskel namespace, especially for the core package. 
> Shouldn't we make the namespace more inviting to non Zope projects?
> I took a look on pypi and there are current packages named skel and skeleton. 
> One abandoned package is called skeletor. It had similar goals way back when. 
> That would be a fitting name, but would probably be confusing given there is 
> already a skeletor package.
> Just thought I'd voice my concern before we got too far into the renaming 
> process. The ZopeSkel egg could still serve as the all-in-one for Zope/Plone 
> devs.
> Clayton
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