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An ::MetaEvents::Definition::Event is the lowest level of the MetaEvents DSL. It belongs to a Category (which, in turn, belongs to a Version), and should represent a single, consistent “thing that happened” that you want to track. The name of an Event must be unique within its Category and Version.
The definition of “single, consistent” depends very much on your context and the scope of what you're tracking, and will require significant judgement calls. For example, if your event is
:signup (in category
:user), and you change from a lengthy, complex, demanding signup process to Facebook signup – with an optional form of all the lengthy information later – is that the same event? It depends greatly on how you think of it; you could keep it the same event, or introduce a new
:simple_signup event – it depends on how you want to track it.
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- VERSION =