1.1 Folder Naming

There are some general style conventions that should be used when naming folders. For any new folder, be descriptive but concise, avoid spaces, avoid uppercase (or camel-case), and avoid special characters other than -, such as = \ / : * ? " ' < > |. Words should be separated with -, so an example folder name could be blue-paradox-paper.

When possible, avoid unnecessary deep file nesting (i.e., a folder within a folder within a folder within a folder…etc) to keep file paths relatively short and easy to navigate.

This folder naming convention should be used for any folder added to the Google Shared Drive, GRIT, or GitHub.