About organization scopes and packages
Every organization is granted an organization scope, a unique namespace for packages owned by the organization that matches the organization name. For example, an organization named "wombat" would have the scope
You can use scopes to:
- Maintain a fork of a package:
- Avoid name disputes with popular names:
- Easily find packages in the same namespace
Packages in a scope must follow the same naming guidelines as unscoped packages.
While you are granted a scope by default when you create an organization, you can also use organizations to manage unscoped packages, or packages under a different scope (such as a user scope).