(please reply to all but me as I'm subscribed to dle ad the pytrainer's PTS) Quoting Erik Esterer (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Package: pytrainer > Version: 1.8.0-1 > Severity: minor > > Hello, > > the package description has the term "resistance sports" while refering to "endurance > sports", proabably a wrong translation from Spanish or Portuguese. The short > description "The Free Sport Training Center" is not really helping either. I suggest > to use a slightly description from the upstream website: > > "Pytrainer is a tool to log all your sport excursion coming from GPS devices, including: > > * Garmin ForeRunnner 205, 305 and 405. > * other devices that generate GPX files. > > Pytrainer supports GPS track files and displays it in graphs, maps." > > and "Tool to log your sport activities" as short description. Bubulle mantra: thou shalt avoid "you" and "your" in thy package descriptions..:-) Let's start a formal review by debian-l10n-english for this package which I intend to get more involved into. here's the current package description: Description: The Free Sport Training Center Pytrainer is a tool to log your sport activities. This software was originally thought for cyclists, but it can also be used for other resistance sports like running, swimming, skiing, and so on. Pytrainer is also able to generate detailed graphs and statistics with data retrieved from GPS-provided fitness devices. Erik's proposal: Description: Tool to log your sport activities Pytrainer is a tool to log all your sport excursion coming from GPS devices, including: * Garmin ForeRunnner 205, 305 and 405. * other devices that generate GPX files. My proposal: Description: sport activities logging software This package provides a tool to log sport activities (such as running, biking, etc.) with data originating from GPS devices, including: * Garmin ForeRunnner 205, 305 and 405; * other devices that generate GPX files.
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