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[ITR] templates://mnogosearch/templates

Christian Perrier wrote:
> If someone wants to pick up this review, please answer to this mail,
> in the mailing list, with an [ITR] (Intent To Review) label.

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> (Request For Review) mail with the reviewed file attached...then a few
> days later, when no more contributions come, a summary mail with a
> [LCFC] (Last Chance For Comments) label.
> Finally, after no more comments coming to the LCFC mail, you can send
> the reviewed templates file as a bug report against the package.
> Then, please notify the list with a last mail using a [BTS] label
> with the bug number.
> Helping the package maintainer to deal with induced translation
> updates at that momebt will be nice. If you're not comfortable with
> that part of the process, please hand it off to a translator.

In unified-diff format:
--- templates~	2007-04-02 23:24:49.000000000 +0100
+++ templates	2007-04-02 23:25:47.000000000 +0100
@@ -47,8 +47,8 @@
 _Description: Name of the database superuser:
  The superuser name is required so this script can connect to your database
  and add users, databases and tables.  This user needs administrator
- privledges on the database.  It is most often not the superuser for the
- Unix account (eg root).
+ privileges on the database.  It is most often not the Unix superuser account
+ (ie root).
 Template: mnogosearch-common/database_admin_pass
 Type: password
@@ -92,7 +92,7 @@
 _Description: Username for your database:
   What username will access the database for mnogosearch?  By default this
-  it's own user "mnogosearch" so that permissions can be tightened down.
+  its own user "mnogosearch" so that permissions can be tightened down.
 Template: mnogosearch-common/database_pass
 Type: password


1) s/privledges/privileges/ - a simple spelling error.
2) the reference to "the superuser for the Unix account" seems
	confused; what's intended is something like "the superuser
	account for the Unixlike system", or more straightforwardly,
	"the Unix superuser account".
3) s/eg/ie/ - it isn't "the superuser, such as for example (Exempli
	Gratia) root", it's "the superuser, that is (Id Est) root".
4) s/it's/its/ - the possessive pronoun, not the contraction.
Ankh kak! (Ancient Egyptian blessing)

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