Name of project vs name of package
Introductory note: this is purely about naming, and has nothing to do with functionality. If you've already lost interest, then do not continue reading.
In YUM, the name of the package is "procps-ng". In the manual (at least on my machine), the name of the package is also "procps-ng".
However, on GitLab, "procps-ng" refers to the project to maintain the set of utilities in the package you guys distribute, with "procps" referring to the actual package.
So, to clarify for all users, what exactly does "procps-ng" reference, what exactly does "procps" reference, and what is the relationship between the two?
While this has no practical consequences, I do not believe this issue to be entirely trivial.