I’m reading the SNS.yaml example file linked on the IC portal and I’m comparing it to recent Snses Yaml files such as WaterNeuron or IC Footprint. I noticed that the fields to specify the minimum and maximum swap ICP are not similar.

This is what is provided by the foundation:

```
# The minimum number of ICP that is required for a decentralization swap to
# succeed. This number divided by the number of SNS tokens being offered
# gives the reserve price of the swap, i.e., the minimum number of ICP per
# SNS token. If this amount is not achieved, the swap will fail. This field
# is specified as a token. For instance, "1 token".
minimum_icp: ~
# The maximum number of ICP that is targeted by this decentralization swap.
# If this amount is achieved with sufficient participation, the swap will
# succeed immediately, without waiting for the deadline. This means that
# a participant knows the minimum number of SNS tokens received per invested
# ICP. If this amount is achieved without reaching `minimum_participants`,
# the swap will immediately fail without waiting for the due date. This
# field is specified as a token. For instance, "1 token".
maximum_icp: ~
```

That’s what’s used by the Snses:

```
# Minimum amount of ICP from direct participants. This amount is required for
# the swap to succeed. If this amount is not achieved, the swap will be
# aborted (instead of committed) when the due date/time occurs.
# Must be smaller than or equal than `maximum_direct_participation_icp`.
minimum_direct_participation_icp: 200_000 tokens
# Maximum amount of ICP from direct participants. If this amount is achieved,
# the swap will finalize immediately, without waiting for the due date/time;
# in this case, the swap would be committed if and only if the number of
# direct participants (`minimum_participants`) is reached (otherwise, it
# would be aborted).
# Must be at least `min_participants * minimum_direct_participation_icp`.
maximum_direct_participation_icp: 350_000 tokens
```

Which naming is correct? Or maybe both are accepted?