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As of today, there are a few tags around EmberJS topic:

We are missing coherence between them.

emberjs is already aliased as ember, which is a good thing, going to the right direction, I think (By the way, it should definitely be renamed).

ember-router was created later, and is coherent as it is opened to modularity: future tags may be created as ember-xxx.

emberdata is a problematic case: I have enough privileges to alias it (ember-data), but the system does not make difference between emberdata and ember-data, so it refuses me to create the alias...

What we should have at the end is, IMHO:

  • ember (currently emberjs but renaming pending...)
  • ember-data (currently emberdata, but problematic renaming!)
  • ember-router (already here)

Thanks for moderator's attention. :-)

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closed as off-topic by Martijn Pieters, rene, ProgramFOX, random, ɥʇǝS Aug 28 '14 at 18:46

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Thanks a lot! :-) – Mike Aski Aug 8 '12 at 14:20
    
@MikeAski No problem. – casperOne Aug 8 '12 at 14:21

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