Determine a good naming convention for what is now called TRIM, the TRIM web interface and Tiki (of course) for inclusion in Package Managers (GNU/Linux or otherwise)
The immediate goal is to make an RPM to make a ClearOS app to make it easy to install Tiki instances, but let's plan ahead so this can be cleanly ported to any Package Manager.
Tiki itself will not be packaged directly. TRIM will be packaged and end users will install Tiki with that. Benefits:
- TRIM is much simpler to package
- TRIM permits to install more than one Tiki instance
- TRIM permits many other operations (backups, upgrades, etc.)
- TRIM has a web interface
Once TRIM (under a better name) is packaged in multiple GNU/Linux distros, it should be easy to find. It should be found by searches like this:
- yum search wiki
- yum search groupware
- yum search cms
Other reasons to rename TRIM
- It's an acronym for Tiki Remote Instance Manager
- TRIM is no longer just a remote tool. It does local management as well.
- Not semantic
- We could change from TRIM to TIM but this is not great.
- Could be Tiki Instance Manager but the term Instance is not as important.
- "Tiki Manager" is descriptive (if you know what Tiki is)
- Tiki Manager: CLI tool to manage Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware instances
- Includes an optional web interface (will be Bootstrap 4)
ClearOS package name: app-tiki-manager (prefixing app is the ClearOS convention)
Generic RPM package name: tiki-manager
One-liner: Manage instances of Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware, the Free / Libre / Open Source Web Application with the most built-in features
Long description: taken from https://tiki.org/Facts depending on space available
- Tiki Website Manager - Gives a little context info if you don't know what Tiki is. Gary Cunningham-Lee
- Tiki Maintenance Center - I understand that TRIM is a tool for Admins to perform install and maintenance (update and backup) so maintenance or another synonym make sense to me. Also TRIM is able to maintain several instances... Center, Tower (TMT ) or any synonym of centralisation. Bernard Sfez / Tiki Specialist