well the answers 0b-v-us. Just keep using the same convention you have before! I don't see any reason why there should be a jit.gl in there, for a-obj and a-chaos it was just "a-".... no need to make it fancy. I mean, jasch has like 100 some odd externals that have no identifier at all, where as taptools would be an example of the other end of the scale. Dunno man, whatever works for you. I spend some time naming my abstractions j.X and then I snapped and realized it didn't matter and have since stopped being so perfectionistic. Maybe even do something like @- for inconsistencies sake.... Sometimes thats healthier on the brain in the long run, too much consistency be bad, mon. Take mozart, total slob. Oh god I used a Mozart example. Someone, please shoot me.
While we're on this topic, I would like to address that, albeit it isn't important, sometimes a name can have a pre or post identifier can have an effect on ones willingness to using a library. Take St.ools for example. For some reason, everytime I see that in my path folder, I think of the fat bastard stool sample in austin powers. Sorry if that ruins St.ools for anyone else, but for me, it makes it very difficult to use them. So, I guess there is some truth to uber leet naming conventions. Weeeeeeeeohhhhhhh.