[Dnssec-trigger] Spelling inconsistency between Windows installer and website

Jeremy Rand jeremyrand at airmail.cc
Thu Aug 16 22:54:27 UTC 2018

The NLnet Labs website spells the project's name "DNSSEC-Trigger" (all
caps DNSSEC, with a hyphen).  The Windows installer's GUI (as of v0.17)
instead spells it as "DnssecTrigger" (not all-caps DNSSEC, no hyphen).

I'm not sure what the canonical spelling is supposed to be, but it would
be awesome if the inconsistency could be resolved.

-Jeremy Rand
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