Sometime in the Drupal 7 cycle, a decision was (apparently?) made that the word "Settings" was out, and "Configure" or "Configuration" was in.
However, we have a lot of pages in the Drupal 8 admin UI that are called "Settings" and/or that have "settings" in their URL.
What should we do about this? Should either:
a) Fix the UI text standards page so it reflects reality... if we do this, then maybe we should also go fix the pages labeled "configure" or "configuration" to say "settings" again? Probably they should all be consistent.
b) Fix the UI so it conforms to the standards -- rename the "settings" pages to be "configure" or "configuration.
1. Decide whether the standards or the UI is wrong.
2. Fix the one that is wrong.
User interface changes
A more consistent UI that conforms to our standards.
Data model changes