Re: Naming directories in web-platform-tests

On 04/19/2013 03:48 PM, Robin Berjon wrote:
> On 19/04/2013 15:24 , Tobie Langel wrote:
>> On Friday, April 19, 2013 at 2:57 PM, Robin Berjon wrote:
>>> On 19/04/2013 13:04 , Ms2ger wrote:
>>>>> DOMEvents -> DOM-Level-3-Events
 >>>>> html -> html5
 >>>>> domxpath -> DOM-Level-3-XPath
>>>> I object to introducing version numbers into the names, for all
>>>> the reasons we had to decide not the introduce them in the first
>>>> place.
>>> So the above are the ones that apply to this objection. If we pick
>>> alternative names, we can simply ask to get a TR redirection for
>>> those, I think.
>>> It might be a good idea to reclaim /TR/html/ for something sensible
>>> in any case :)
>> I don't mind holding on to change those directories to something more
>> reasonable, but that implies fixing /TR. Who volunteers?
> I can ask for the shortnames. What do we want?
>    html
>    dom-events
>    dom-xpath
> ?
> I can't promise we'll get them, though. There might be a middle ground
> compromise where we get "html" but not the others. It might not matter
> if there is no new DOM XPath (extremely likely) and if DOM Events move
> to DOM (which is the case in the WHATWG document at least). For the
> latter, that would move the content of dom-events to dom.

DOM 3 Events describes two things: the basic model (which has moved to 
DOM) and UI events (which will be obsoleted by a "UI Events" spec), so I 
would suggest using ui-events rather than dom-events.


Received on Friday, 19 April 2013 16:04:18 UTC