Dave Smith - 2015-12-29 13:28:38 - In reply to message 1 from Robert
I currently do not have any plans for composer or deploying on any package repository. Aside from PHP, there are no dependencies.
If another developer wants to extend it, or use it in a derivative work, they are free to do so under the conditions of the GPL license.
As far as lowercase naming conventions...
I am from the old school thinking on naming files or folders. There was a time in internet history when you actually had to type in the url for any resource you wanted. Unix based operating systems where case sensitive, so it just made sense that everything should be lowercase. It was a real pain to try and remember where a resource was located and then to have to remember which characters where capitalized made it nearly impossible.
Of course, everything in the wide world web is hyper-linked now, so it is not that big of an issue, however the convention stuck with me.
You would be surprised how long it took me to actually use file names longer than 8 characters even after extended names became the standard. For anyone not aware, there was a time that file names could not be longer than 8 characters and extensions no longer than 3.
Robert - 2015-12-30 08:07:07 - In reply to message 2 from Dave Smith
Thank you very much for taking the time to reply. All makes sense now.
I remember a bit about naming conventions when I used MS-DOS 6 or Win 95.
Recently, I had an argue with a colleague about not reformatting the filename of an uploaded file to convert the space with an underscore. He was really surprised of my reaction. I ended up urlencoded the file path so that it will work as a web link.