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Bug#907915: developers-reference: language in manual

Package: developers-reference
Version: 3.4.20
Severity: wishlist

With Debian presenting itself as a distribution suitable for children
in educational environments, please consider removing the "f-bombs" in
this package.  As a fundamental document in Debian, it is something
that should be acceptable for school children to read so adding an
"offensive" tag to the package will not be enough to remedy the

There are three such occurrences:

* Section Out-of-date: please find another term for
"architectures that don't keep up", and modify the update_out.py
mentioned in that section accordingly.

* Influence of packaging in testing: same comment; please use
another term for such architectures.

* 6.3.4 Common errors in changelog entries: please remove the fsck
joke by finding a different example for "too many acronyms"--or just
make up an example to replace that one.

It would be nice to make these changes before the buster freeze if
possible, so a cleaned-up version gets into stable as soon as

Thank you,

Paul Hardy

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