Public bug reported:
By Django common practice, in most cases, URL names should be distinct within a flat namespace.
This avoids naming conflicts and leaves the Django Namespace mechanism available for other uses.
I recommend starting each URL name with "mm_", rather than "domain_index" use "mm_domain_index", etc.
** Affects: postorius Importance: Undecided Status: New
This should clearly go into the next release, so we avoid any url pattern collisions with other apps.
However, I tend to think that the Django namespace mechanism for view names might be the better solution. We cannot rule out that someone else might use the 'mm_' prefix for view_names, but Django's namespace mechanism can.
Why is it not a good idea to use the Django mechanism?
** Changed in: postorius Status: New => Confirmed
** Changed in: postorius Milestone: None => 1.0.0a2