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Re: [RFR] templates://moodle/{templates}

On Thu, Jul 01, 2010 at 11:56:46PM +0100, Justin B Rye wrote:
> Jonathan Wiltshire wrote:
> > Your review should be sent as an answer to this mail.
> You wait for weeks and then two come along at once.

Yep, sorry about that :)

> > --- ../moodle.old/debian/templates	2010-06-23 12:22:47.000000000 +0100
> > +++ debian/templates	2010-07-01 19:47:26.000000000 +0100
> It does seem a bit backwards that we're talking about what the user
> doing the accessing "should" do (in the passive voice).  Couldn't we
> say something like:
>     Please enter the URL that Moodle should serve pages on.
> (Or maybe "the URL on which Moodle should serve pages"?)

I think the second is better, but I always have the impression of a web
site being a place and I think that's common (though it's only anecdotal of
course). So how about:

    Please enter the URL from which Moodle should serve pages.

Christian might be able to say which is more easily translated, if any.

> > + The installer will not configure your web server, but it
> > + will provide a basic configuration template for the Apache
> > + web server.
> It's not necessarily "my" web server, and (thanks to

Yup, missed that one...

> dpkg-reconfigure) the code may not be executing as an "installer".
>     .
>     Moodle does not perform any automatic web server configuration,
>     but does provide basic configuration templates for Apache.

...and that's a much better sentence, thanks.

> > Description: Course Management System for Online Learning
>                c      m          s          o      l
> But the long description looks fine (except that I seem to have
> automatically trimmed some trailing whitespace).

Ok, included.

Jonathan Wiltshire

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