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Here is the Writing .info files (Drupal 7.x) article where it is suggested that:
name = Really Neat Widget
- In the above article excerpt, I intentionally emphasized the part that dictates how module/theme names should be written.
- The standard used to dictate that Sentence case should be used, but has changed to suggest that we use Proper Name Case instead:
Here's a related issue filed against Coder's issue queue:
Currently, in core we do not follow this standard, so we do not set a good example and simply seem to be preaching and not actually doing. Here's what we have in the modules page (leaving out most single-word named modules):
Configuration manager (should be "Configuration Manager")
Field SQL Storage ("SQL" is perfectly fine here, since it is an acronym)
Field UI (same as above for "UI")
OpenID (3rd party trade name, so ok as well)
RESTful web services (should be "RESTful Web Services")