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Bug#124537: marked as done (debbugs: Spelling error in description)

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Subject: debbugs: Spelling error in description
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Package: debbugs
Severity: minor

This is an automated bug report.

I have recently conducted a mass spelling check of Debian package
descriptions.  In the process, some other errors were also detected,
such as capitalization, word wrap, and indentation problems.

Some notable guidelines that I used in the check include:

- Capitalization

  The names of languages (English, French, etc.) are capitalized in
  English.  Acronyms should be in all capital letters.

- Abbreviation

  In general, words should not be abbreviated as part of the
  description.  Exceptions include standard abbreviations like "etc.".
  This is especially important for proper keyword searches.

- Word joining

  For various reasons, technical terms tend to be artificially joined
  to form new words, like "bugreport".  While this may be acceptable
  in an informal context, such words should be written separately in
  package descriptions, for clarity and to aid in searching.

In some cases where there the spelling check uncovered other errors, I
have made other edits in the diff for purposes of grammar and clarity.

There appear to be one or more errors in the description for this
package.  A unified diff follows at the end of this message.  You
should be able to apply it to your source tree by piping this message
directly into a command line like:

        patch /home/me/somewhere/mypackage/debian/control

There is a chance that this may not work if your control has been
modified from the version of your source package in the Debian
archive.  If so, you will have to apply the diff by hand.  When doing
so, please take note if there are multiple corrections on the same
line of the diff.

If you believe this correction to be in error, please contact me
before closing this bug so that we can come to an understanding, and
so that provisions can be made for future spelling checks.

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improving your description, contact

--- orig/debbugs	Mon Dec 17 15:52:33 2001
+++ corrected/debbugs	Mon Dec 17 15:59:03 2001
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
  it is marked as having been dealt with. The system is mainly controlled by
  e-mail, but the bug reports can be viewed using WWW.
- This version is fully functional, but it does not autoconfig, see
+ This version is fully functional, but it does not automatically configure itself, see
  /usr/share/doc/debbugs/README.Debian after installation.
  Note: there might be some appearance issues where the a display variable

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From: Colin Watson <cjwatson@debian.org>
To: 124537-close@bugs.debian.org
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Subject: Bug#124537: fixed in debbugs 2.4
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Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2002 22:02:09 -0500
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We believe that the bug you reported is fixed in the latest version of
debbugs, which is due to be installed in the Debian FTP archive:

  to pool/main/d/debbugs/debbugs_2.4.dsc
  to pool/main/d/debbugs/debbugs_2.4.tar.gz
  to pool/main/d/debbugs/debbugs_2.4_all.deb

A summary of the changes between this version and the previous one is

Thank you for reporting the bug, which will now be closed.  If you
have further comments please address them to 124537@bugs.debian.org,
and the maintainer will reopen the bug report if appropriate.

Debian distribution maintenance software
Colin Watson <cjwatson@debian.org> (supplier of updated debbugs package)

(This message was generated automatically at their request; if you
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administrators by mailing ftpmaster@debian.org)

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Format: 1.7
Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2002 17:54:49 +0000
Source: debbugs
Binary: debbugs
Architecture: source all
Version: 2.4
Distribution: experimental
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Debbugs developers <debian-debbugs@lists.debian.org>
Changed-By: Colin Watson <cjwatson@debian.org>
 debbugs    - The bug tracking system based on the active Debian BTS
Closes: 36813 78123 78688 86922 87176 93433 96164 113028 113514 121082 124537 146484 146745 152751
 debbugs (2.4) experimental; urgency=low
   * Updating the package with what's in CVS, even though this might
     completely break things for people who've been using the previous also
     broken package. <shrug> :) Upped the minor version since the changes
     are noticeable, and uploaded to experimental, just in case.
   * Applied speedup patch, that uses references, instead of copies.
     Thanks to Thomas Smith. Closes: #87176. [Adam]
   * Reverted some parts of the speedup patch because it breaks the API.
   * Bugs that are tagged fixed are now listed in a separate section in the
     web pages. Patch from Colin Watson. Closes: #86922. [Adam]
   * Added support for an additional Maintainers.override file, which is read
     after the normal one. This allows the normal one to be externally
     updated, but still have local overrides. [Adam]
   * Put <title> and </title> on the same line as the title since some lame
     browsers don't seem to like it otherwise. [Josip]
   * Include a mailto: URI in the header for a bug report. [Adam]
   * Added support for filtering on subject with include=subj:foo (exact
     match, case sensitive). [Anthony]
   * Added a missing http://, thanks to Julian Gilbey. [Anthony]
   * Use by-*.idx indices to speed up pkgreport.cgi. [Anthony]
   * Support "maint=" in pkgreport to give packages without a maintainer.
   * Updated Postfix documentation. [Darren]
   * Use two variables in order to reduce the amount of path hard-coding.
   * Added support for storing the files in a hashed directory (db-h), with
     the same hash layout as archive/. [Adam]
   * Added support for tracing of bug state changes. This date is in
     $gSpoolDir/debbugs.trace. It is locked (as debbugs.trace.lock) while
     accessed, and appended to. Currently, nothing uses this trace file and
     it isn't even cleaned up, which can be easily fixed with a simple cron
     job. [Adam]
   * Tell sendmail to queue outgoing mail for later delivery, instead of
     immediate delivery. [Adam]
   * Added a keywords header to outgoing email responses. [Adam]
   * Use Resent-From: if From: doesn't exist. [Adam]
   * Added appropriate Reply-To: lines for the ACK messages that could use
     them. [Josip]
   * Add $gUnknownMaintainerEmail to the list of maintainers to mail in case
     an package with no maintainer is referenced. [Adam]
   * processall locks 'incoming-cleaner' before starting, so we don't have
     multiple copies of it running at the same time. [Adam]
   * Sort bugs tagged 'pending' as 'pending upload', between 'forwarded' and
     'fixed'. [Adam]
   * Add support for searching by source package.  pkgreport.cgi takes src=,
     and both pkgreport.cgi and bugreport.cgi have enhanced HTML headers now.
   * Add support in the CGIs for:
     * 'raw' sorting. This does no grouping based on status or severity, and
       just lists bugs in number order.
     * reversing the order that bugs are displayed. This does not affect
       severity or status ordering.
     * inclusions/exclusions of status and severity. Also, support reverse
       sorting of the above.
   * Make it possible to ban people from control@bugs. [Anthony]
   * Don't lie about missing Subject:s being an RFC822 violation, because
     they aren't. [Anthony, Josip]
   * Added preliminary support for ###-request. [Adam]
   * Added preliminary fast indexing support. [Adam/Anthony (?)]
   * Added preliminary support for CC:ing <src>@packages.qa.debian.org.
   * Added preliminary cloning support. [Anthony]
   * Link to submitter's web page, patch from Matt Kraai. [Josip]
   * The autoconfig thing in the description is gone, closes: #124537.
   * Fix viewing archived bugs by source package, closes: #121082, #146484.
   * Depends: libmailtools-perl rather than mailtools, closes: #113028.
   * Add MIME support to process and service, and depend on libmime-perl as a
     result, closes: #36813. [Colin]
   * Trim Bug#12345: from the Subject:, not "Bug#12345: [", closes: #78123.
   * Be more careful about loop detection, closes: #113514. [Adam, Colin]
   * Relax the syntax for 'tags' slightly, since people seem to use it that
     way accidentally a lot, closes: #96164. [Colin]
   * Give better feedback from pkgreport.cgi when querying a non-existent
     package name, closes: #93433. [Colin]
   * Remove support for -fixed address from receive, since nothing else
     supports it. [Colin]
   * Prevent people from reading the first line of arbitrary files through
     bugreport.cgi, thanks to Max <rusmir@tula.net>. [Colin]
   * Add working-for-me instructions for exim setup on non-dedicated sites,
     together with Chad Miller's suggestions, closes: #78688. [Colin]
   * Fix a few typos, closes: #146745, #152751.
   * Update the copyright file with the current list of maintainers and a
     pointer to ViewCVS.
   * Remove lynx-cfg, and use 'lynx -cfg=/dev/null' instead. [Colin]
   * Various other things, not worth mentioning here.
 7ba22b1f545909aab56ff10afbf6b87d 681 misc optional debbugs_2.4.dsc
 9a005b52d95a91caa44c838ea22d2dd8 106528 misc optional debbugs_2.4.tar.gz
 964090007a7897b4c544869e0842b711 82204 misc optional debbugs_2.4_all.deb

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