Quoting Justin B Rye (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Christian Perrier wrote: > > Your review should be sent as an answer to this mail. > > > Template: rpm/upgrade-failed > [...] > > -_Description: rpm database cleaned up > > +_Description: Package information database for rpm cleaned up > > An easier way of avoiding initial lowercase: > > _Description: RPM database cleaned out > > ("Cleaned out" seems a more alarmingly accurate description. Is > there some better word I'm not seeing?) I hesitated going that way, but I noticed that the original package clearly makes a difference between "rpm" (the software) and RPM (the package format). Here, the database is the database for the software, so not using uppercase makes sense. Changes to debian/control inegrated...
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