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Re: Advice on template wording

Hi Damyan,

On Sat, Dec 02, 2006 at 05:50:17PM +0200, Damyan Ivanov wrote:
> Related to Jens' message[1], please advice on the English wording of the
> following templates I am about to introduce for
> firebird2-{super,classic}-server packages. There are three templates,

I found a few minor issues. Most of the time it's a missing "the".
Please note that I'm no native English speaker ...

> ========= new installs, normal priority =========
> Template: firebird2/sysdba_password
> Type: password
> _Description: Password for SYSDBA:
>  Firebird has a special user, named SYSDBA, which is the user that has
>  access to all databases. SYSDBA can also create new databases and
>  users. Because of this, it is necessary to secure SYSDBA user using a

"secure the SYSDBA"

>  password.
>  .
>  The password is stored in /etc/firebird2/SYSDBA.password (readable only
>  by root). You may modify it there (don't forget to update also the
>  security database using gsec utility), or you may use dpkg-reconfigure

"using the gsec utility" (also below)
Is the comma infront of "or" correct?

>  to update both.
>  .
>  If you don't enter a password, a random one will be used (and stored
>  in SYSDBA.password).

> ========= low priority note on upgrades from pre-12 package ==========
> Template: firebird2/new_sysdba_password_note
> Type: note
> _Description: Password for SYSDBA is handled via debconf
>  Since version firebird server packages use debconf to
>  manage SYSDBA password.

"manage the SYSDBA"

>  Please enter new password for firebird's SYSDBA user.

"Please enter the new password"


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