Uppercase after a colon? (was: Trivial Update of "DebianEdu/Documentation/Wheezy/Installation" by Cédric Boutillier)
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Le 22/07/2013 05:56, Debian Wiki a écrit :
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> The "DebianEdu/Documentation/Wheezy/Installation" page has been changed by Cédric Boutillier:
> change case.
It seems like this is not the only sentence beginning with an uppercase
after a colon, not sure it’s really bad in English. We should probably
either revert or fix it everywhere.
> * Wait. If the selected profiles include Thin-client-server then the installer will spend quite some time at the end, "Finishing the installation - Running debian-edu-profile-udeb..."
> - * After giving the root password, you will be asked to create a normal user account "for non-administrative tasks". For Debian Edu this account is very important: It is the account you will use to manage the Skolelinux network.
> + * After giving the root password, you will be asked to create a normal user account "for non-administrative tasks". For Debian Edu this account is very important: it is the account you will use to manage the Skolelinux network.
> /!\ The choosen password for this user '''must''' have a length of '''at least 5 characters''' - otherwise login will not be possible. (And that's even though a shorter password will be accepted by the installer.)
> * Be happy
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