Re: Inconsistency wrt to ellipsis (...)
Quoting Thomas Hood (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> FYI Policy 9.4 says that initscripts should use ellipsis without
> a preceding space.
> If you want to express that the computer is working on
> something (that is, performing a specific task, not
> starting or stopping a program), we use an "ellipsis"
> (three dots: ...). Note that we don't insert spaces
> before or after the dots.
I think you got the last word on that topic.
/me goes to change al " ..." which appear in d-i.