Re: Bug#782915: release-notes: please add news from Debian GIS to release notes
On 2015-04-23 18:05, Justin B Rye wrote:
> Niels Thykier wrote:
>>> Wait, so why does
>>> https://www.debian.org/releases/stable/amd64/release-notes/ have
>>> "wheezy" all through?
>> It does not. It uses "Wheezy" in  (220.127.116.11. Screen). Admittedly, it
>> is not clear to me when which should be used.
> That's sentence-initial capitalisation - it seems to be following the
> standard rules for a common noun.
Fair enough, 5.2 uses it in the sentence:
"""Therefore, browsers built upon the webkit, qtwebkit and khtml engines
are included in *Wheezy*, but not covered by security support. These
browsers should not be used against untrusted websites. """
> I'd vote to change that in future, but right now I'd recommend using "jessie".
Ok, will undo it.
> We might alternatively choose to regard releasenames as verbatim
> lowercase strings (the string that goes in /etc/apt/sources.list), but
> then I'd expect them to be formatted in a nonproportional font.
Lets have a look at it post-release.