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Re: Debian Project News 2011/11 frozen. Pleaase review and translate.

Filipus Klutiero wrote:
>> Moray Allan announced a <a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-project/2011/07/msg00007.html";>\
>> call for DebConf13 bids</a>.
> "announcing a call" is unusual. This should probably read "sent a
> call", or maybe just "called"?

If a call for bids is part of the standard routine then it can make
sense to talk about announcing it (just as one might "announce a call
for votes" on an -announce list), but I've switched it to "made a

>> and add a link to<a
>> href="http://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/DebConf13";>DebConf13 page</a>
> Either "*the* DebConf13 page" or just "DebConf13".

The former.
>>There has also been
>> a further <q>People behind Debian</q> interview, with
>> <a href="http://raphaelhertzog.com/2011/07/21/people-behind-debian-martin-michlmayr-former-debian-project-leader/";>\
>> Martin Michlmayr</a>, former Debian Project Leader.
> I am not a native English speaker, sorry, but I'm not 100% sure that
> "further" is the right word here.

It seems unremarkable to me (en_GB), but there is quite a bit of
interdialect variation with further/farther...
>> These images are based on Debian and contain kernel version 2.6.38 with firmware and
>> a modified DHCP client for buggy MacOS X DHCP servers.
> s/MacOS X/Mac OS X/


>> Michael's request is also open also those who are not yet Debian Developers.
> Something's wrong with that sentence...

The second "also" should be "to".  It's also slightly odd to talk
about a request being open to people (as if it meant "invitation"),
but never mind.
>> 1099 packages were added to the unstable Debian archive recently.
> *Cough cough* Are we sure more than a thousand packages were added
> in a month? I see NEW being cleared, but nothing that big. The
> featured list is a lot smaller.

No idea.
> BTW, I saw that in the source, not sure what it is about:
>> ## NOTE:
>> ## should be reworded (this time only)!

I don't know either.  Is it something to do with the following item on
podcast interviews?  If so, what is it that needs to be taken into
account this time?
JBR	with qualifications in linguistics, experience as a Debian
	sysadmin, and probably no clue about this particular package

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