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From: Darren Duncan
September 19, 2011 10:37
Message ID: 4E777DE0.firstname.lastname@example.org
> I have written a new module along the lines of FSA::Rules, only as a Moose
> Is it convention that Moose Roles are in the MooseX::Role namespace so I
> would call the module MooseX::Role::FSA::Simple, or can I call it
Following comments of others ...
You should name your module FSA::<something> or otherwise have FSA as the
dominant part, because it describes what your module is used for or what it does.
Moose is an implementation detail and "Moose" shouldn't be used in the name of a
module just because it uses Moose. That's like putting "Object" in the name of
a module because it is object-oriented.
Don't use "Simple" in your name, as that term is widely overused on CPAN and
doesn't actually distinguish what is unique about your module; it also tends to
be an inaccurate description.
-- Darren Duncan