Quoting Justin B Rye (firstname.lastname@example.org): > > +Template: italc-client/no-such-group > > +Type: text > > +_Description: No such group! > > + The given group does not exist on your system. Please specify the name of > > + a group that does exist on your system. > > + . > > + Try again... > > + > > There are strict regulations about question marks, but I don't know if > we've got any rules about exclamation marks and trailing ellipses. I > would probably recommend ending with just: > > Please try again. > > Oh, checking DevRef I see (126.96.36.199.7) that the rule for "Type: text" > is "This type is now considered obsolete: don't use it." Maybe it > should be "Type: error"? Yes, it should. I'd otherwise recommend *not* using any exclamation mark. My opinion is that is makes the wording non-neutral, which should be avoided (years of scientific publications lead me to always use ultra-neutral wording). I'd recommend something like: Template: italc-client/no-such-group Type: text _Description: Non-existing group The given group does not exist on this system. You should specify an already existing group. (also dropping "your" system" as a constant debian-l10n-english attempt to unpersonnalize templates) I would indeed not say "try again" at all as it will be obvious, as the user will get the "enter group" screen again anyway.
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