On Aug 14, 11:17   殮
> If you are encapsulating something that is generally referred to by an
> acronym, is it better to use all caps, even though in Ruby that
> usually indicates a constant value of some sort other than a class or
> module. Or is better to capitalize the term so it conforms to the
> typical look of class/module names.
>
> Eg.
>
> XML::Document or-  캺
>
> POM::Metadata or-  
>
> ANSI::Code -or-  麺>
> I can't seem to ever make up my mind about this, so I thought I'd ask
> and see if there is some sort of general consensus or if someone else
> has some sort of concrete basis on which to decide.

POM is delicious.

so POM should be capitalized.

(but I myself use all caps for module/class names when such matches
the actual spelling, and libraries such as Nokogiri and JSON seem to
do this too, so that seems like the expected way of doing?)