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Re: Please review and translate: announcement about Handshake donation

Laura Arjona Reina wrote:
> Please review and translate the announcement about a donation made by
> Handshake, available here:
> https://salsa.debian.org/publicity-team/announcements/blob/master/en/2019/20190329.wml
> (to be published on Friday 29 March 2019, around 17:00 UTC).

If I could work out how to do this via git, I would; until then,
here's a patch.

One extra comment:
> <q><em>A deep and sincere thank you to the Handshake Foundation for their
> support of the Debian Project.</em></q> said Chris Lamb, Debian Project Leader.
> <q><em>Contributions such as theirs make it possible for a large number of
> diverse contributors from all over the world to work together towards our
> mutual goal of developing a fully-free "universal" operating system.</em></q>

How would this markup system react if that was <q>universal</q>, with
nested <Q>s?
JBR	with qualifications in linguistics, experience as a Debian
	sysadmin, and probably no clue about this particular package
--- en_2019_20190329.wml	2019-03-28 14:35:35.938004963 +0000
+++ en_2019_20190329.wml.jbr	2019-03-28 14:49:59.744245418 +0000
@@ -1,10 +1,10 @@
-<define-tag pagetitle>Handshake donated $300,000 USD to Debian</define-tag>
+<define-tag pagetitle>Handshake donates $300,000 USD to Debian</define-tag>
 <define-tag release_date>2019-03-29</define-tag>
 #use wml::debian::news
 # $Id$
-The Debian project received in 2018 a donation of $300,000 USD from
+In 2018 the Debian project received a donation of $300,000 USD from
 <a href="https://handshake.org/";>Handshake</a>, an organization developing an
 experimental peer-to-peer root domain naming system.
@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@
-Handshake is a decentralized, permission-less naming protocol compatible
+Handshake is a decentralized, permissionless naming protocol compatible
 with DNS where every peer is validating and in charge of managing the
 root zone with the goal of creating an alternative to existing
 Certificate Authorities.
@@ -36,8 +36,8 @@
 The Handshake project, its sponsors and contributors recognize Free and
 Open Source Software as a crucial part of the foundations of the
 Internet and their project, so they decided to reinvest back into free
-software by gifting $10,200,000 USD to different FLOSS developers and projects, 
-as well as non profit organizations and universities that support free software development.
+software by gifting $10,200,000 USD to various FLOSS developers and projects,
+as well as non-profit organizations and universities that support free software development.

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