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Re: TortoiseSV1 - A New Issue Tracker Plugin

From: Karl Falconer <karl.falconer_at_falconerdevelopment.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Mar 2011 20:21:51 -0500

Stefan,

That name works for me. I'll begin making the changes.

Thanks,
Karl

On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 1:06 PM, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:

> On 03.03.2011 18:53, Andy Levy wrote:
> > On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 12:21, Karl Falconer
> > <karl.falconer_at_falconerdevelopment.com> wrote:
> >> @Andy - To answer your question the short name V1 is in common usage to
> >> refer to VersionOnes Agile Management application. So among the people
> that
> >> would benefit from this plugin I don't believe there would be any
> confusion.
> >> @Bob - Currently the work flow allows, the user to select multiple
> defects
> >> that are assigned to the current user. After the selections are made,
> the
> >> Defect Id and description is appended to the commit message. I'll be
> >> starting on some of the other features that you've described in the
> coming
> >> releases. I would definitely like to update the V1 defect/task with the
> >> changeset #.
> >> @Stefan - Thank you for explaining your concern, I was unaware of all
> the
> >> other "Tortoise" projects in development, and can see your hesitation
> with
> >> the current name of my project. I like the points that Bob brought up
> around
> >> defining a naming convention around IssueTracker plugins. Do you have
> any
> >> ideas around this? Also, it seems like the current Issue Tracker plugins
> are
> >> compatible with both TortoiseSVN and TortoiseGIT, which would provide
> more
> >> reason to alter my current naming to something more representative of
> the
> >> fact that this plugin is Tortoise compatible.
> >
> > How about TortoiseVOne then? The "S" in your current name doesn't
> > match any of the other naming conventions and only alters TortoiseSVN
> > by one character, which will both be sources for confusion. And it'll
> > be similar to TortoiseMantis, which serves a similar function.
>
> As I said, I'd rather have the plugins use something else than
> "tortoiseXXXX" as the name.
>
> A good base name for plugins would be "Turtle" and variations of that.
> For example, "Gurtle" is the plugin for Google Code.
>
> So how about "Murtle" for the Mantis plugin and "SVurtle" for the SV1
> plugin?
>
> Stefan
>
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