Bug#486116: [exim4] README.Debian.xml with corrected typos and typography
pm.debian at googlemail.com
Sat Jun 14 07:49:58 UTC 2008
Am Samstag, den 14.06.2008, 09:36 +0200 schrieb Andreas Metzler:
> On 2008-06-13 Paul Menzel <pm.debian at googlemail.com> wrote:
> > Package: exim4
> > Version: 4.69-5
> > Dear DDs,
> > starting to get in touch with Exim, I read through README.Debian.xml and
> > tried to correct any mistakes I spotted. See the attached patch.
> > 1. Since Lenny is supposed to support UTF-8 and thanks to NEO  I can
> > utilize the symbols easily, I changed those. Most notably the quotation
> > marks.
> > 2. English is not my mother tongue. But I hope, I correctly remembered
> > some rules from school for some corrections I made.
> > 3. I tried to get rid of abbreviations, since it is a written document.
> > (You’ll → You will, etc.)
> I have cherry-picked from these 3, applying 2&3 but not 1. Imho the
> cumbersome typing outweights the better/different appearance.
Ok, that is fine with me. In Wikipedia the rule is that “wrong”
characters are not forbidden, but if somebody fixes them that is
Thanks. I think you could close this bug then.
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