Just to get the ball rolling here's a commented diff on one of the
files that has least need for proofreading. All I've got to suggest
are two very low-priority stylistic improvements.
--- about.dbk (revision 11524)
+++ about.dbk (working copy)
@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@
please file a bug in the <ulink url="" tracking
system</ulink> against the <systemitem
systemitem> package. You
-might want to review first the <ulink url="" bug
+might first want to review the <ulink url="" bug
reports</ulink> in case the issue you've found has already been reported. Feel
free to add additional information to existing bug reports if you can
contribute content for this document.
(This feels like a clumsy attempt to avoid a "split infinitive", but
in fact the way I'd naturally phrase it is like this, which avoids the
@@ -132,7 +132,7 @@
<emphasis>Debian Documentation Project</emphasis>. You can use
the <ulink url="">web interface</ulink> to
access its files individually through the web and see their
- changes. For more information on how to access the SVN please
+ changes. For more information on how to access SVN please
consult the <ulink url="">Debian Documentation
Project SVN information pages</ulink>.
I suppose developers may feel differently about this, but I wouldn't
naturally refer to a particular version control repository as "the"
SVN any more than I'd talk about checking something out of a git.
(The "Debian Documentation Project SVN information pages" also mention
git; is this SVN-only coverage in the release-notes still true or does
it need an update?)
JBR with qualifications in linguistics, experience as a Debian
sysadmin, and probably no clue about this particular package