Re: 3rd person singular neutral X 3rd person plural ?
After reading the cited  and , and still confused, I "guess" the
best hint could be the wikipedia phrase :
"The rule of thumb is that a group acting as a unit is considered
singular and a group of "individuals acting separately" is considered
supported by the given example (is it the most clear one?)
"The Debian Project is 15 years old and they have just issued a major
and we should reword the DT guidelines , at the section regarding PRs
The text should be primarly written in third person, singular, neutral:
"it, the Debian Project".
(appending the above rule of thumb and example)
Rembember that at PRs we always state "Debian Project" for our community
and "Debian GNU / Linux | GNU / Hurd | GNU / kFreeBSD | GNU / NetBSD" to
Could we settle at a guidelines  paragraph redaction regarding this
Does the MHRA  state something about it?
Andre Felipe Machado
(And I thought that Portuguese was difficult, with all their country
variations, not even counting dialects)