Naming convention for wiki/svn/etc...
James William Yoon
james.yoon at utoronto.ca
Wed Jan 6 19:45:31 UTC 2010
I like this naming convention, but would suggest a couple of small changes:
Changes and reasoning:
- Date in yy-mm-dd format so that when filenames are sorted by name, files
are automatically sorted properly by authoring date
- Order of project name, sub-project, type of work, and title/description in
increasing granularity (project > sub-project > type of work > title)
- "D4" to indicate draft number instead of just "4", since some operating
systems append a -x to the filename duplicates
091021 - FE - Mobile - Wireframes - ArtifactView - JMVM - Draft4.pdf
seems more readable to me than
On Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 1:29 PM, Leah Maestri <leahm at sfu.ca> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm resurrecting this in light of a recent re-org to the wiki we did. The
> last discussion centered around the following naming convention:
> Date(MM-DD-YY)_project name abbreviation_ type of work
> description_title_author(s) abbreviated_version number.
> So as an example:
> I know people thought it was redundant to have the date stamped in the
> title, but for the wiki this is actually helpful as we need to do
> "versioning" somewhat manually and it's helpful to know what docs were
> created at different times.
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