Re: Bug#320623: ITP: monouml -- computer-aided software engineering (CASE) friendly tool
David Moreno Garza wrote:
> Package: wnpp
> Severity: wishlist
> Owner: David Moreno Garza <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> * Package name : monouml
> Version : 0.1a
> Upstream Author : Mario Carrión <email@example.com>, and others.
> * URL : http://monouml.sf.net/
> * License : GPL and LGPL
> Description : computer-aided software engineering (CASE) friendly tool
> CASE tool based on the mono Framework.
CASE? It looks like you're trying to continue the short description in
the extended description (you expanded the acronym there). Don't do
that. See Policy 3.4 for why.
> Designed for allowing to all UNIX/Linux developers faster computer
> systems design using a friendly GUI application.
This is awkward, to say the least. Consider asking
firstname.lastname@example.org for help phrasing this.
> Not only a diagramming
> tool but rather a complete CASE tool based on the OMG standars and
> fully compatible with propietary tools.
OMG standards? What are those? "The description field needs to make
sense to anyone, even people who have no idea about any of the things
the package deals with." from Policy 3.4.2.