What about something more exotic, like dovefix
and in the description
you can say what it's for.
Or because dovecot/amavis is kinda integrated in postfix (like dovecot
doing the delivery/auth for postfix, that's a big part of mail
delivery), it could be something with -integrate .
IMHO mail-stack-auth is too generic for a package name. It should at
least contain "dovecot", or "postfix", or as above suggested, both
because it's not really related to sendmail/exim/courier*.
On 05/17/2010 05:12 PM, Adam Sommer wrote:
> At the mail integration session during UDS last week, it was discussed
> to come up with some better names for the dovecot-postfix and the new
> amavisd-postfix packages. Something that would be more descriptive of
> what the package does. Some ideas were:
> dovecot-postifx (backend): deliver, mail-stack, authentication
> amavis-postfix (front-end): reception, mail-stack,
> mail-stack-filtering, border
> My personal preference is mail-stack-authentication and
> mail-stack-filtering, but we would like to solicit some additional
> ideas. Since these packages do multiple things choosing a name that
> covers each feature is somewhat difficult.
> Thanks for your help.
> Party On,
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