We provide customizable sample data for users of our application. It is basically a text file that takes the form:
ObjectName - human readable name
All our system cares about is the object name, but the friendly name is provided so that users know what the object represents. Over time, though the "human readable name" has become widely inconsistent as far as capitalization, spacing and ordering goes.
To use a contrived example, "Object1" could be "Object One", "object one", "object 1", "Object1", "ObjectOne" and even "First Object".
How important is this to our company's perceived professionalism?