Andreas Barth writes ("Re: Bug#366938: svn commit access to the d-i repo ..."): > "there is some doubt" reads for me as non-native speaker as "basically, > the DPL didn't intend, but we cannot prove". I think that `there is some doubt that foo' usually means `probably foo, but we are not sure'. But it very much depends on context. You can read it how you want to :-). Ian.