I learned yesterday about Hanami and so far I'm loving it! After seeing that it's inspired by Uncle Bob's Clean Architecture I instantly became a fan and intend to start using it in my next projects.
After trying on the beginners tutorial I noticed something that I thought could be improved: the folders' structure. In the following lecture, Uncle Bob says something that I found really interesting: when you look at a Ruby on Rails folder you instantly know it's a project developed in Rails. Isn't it better if you look at the folder structure and instantly know what the project is all about (say a books organizer)?
Of course we shouldn't just follow blindly everything that Uncle Bob says, but I think it's nice to discuss it. What do you think about it? Should Hanami be reorganized in such way that features folders are in the root (or say in a "source" folder) and controllers, entities, repositories, templates, views and interactors inside each of them?
I hope this is a good place to put such discussion. I searched for other possibilities, but since it's more of a philosophical long term issue, I thought this was best.