Quoting Luca Capello (email@example.com): > Thank you for the link! I think this is of general matter simply > because IMHO the resolution should be clearly stated somewhere, which is > also why I did not report it to doc-debian-fr in primis (which I would > anyway have done in English...). > > While I agree that 'Developer' is not a proper name, it is a distinct > status in the Debian world, i.e. we are not talking about *any* > developer in the world. The same applies to the 'Technical Committee' > and, to some extent, to the 'Social Contract'. This is why I think they > deserve their capitalization. However, please note that I am not a > native French speaker nor I remember how in Italian (my native language) > this situation is solved, which is why I checked the other languages > before reporting the bug. > > Please also note that I do not actually care how this is solved, as far > as there is consistency and a clear policy for future references (but I > should say that I have not looked if such a policy already exists). My opinion on this is that "Comité Technique" and "Contrat Social" should be capitalized while I'm less convinced for "développeur".
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