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Review (Re: Debian Project News 2012/07 frozen. Please review and translate.)

On 2012-03-30 19:59, Francesca Ciceri wrote:
[TL;DR: frozen means frozen. we'll not accept major changes not
grammar/spelling/style related. if you want to join the fantastic process
of draft DPN, do it *before* the freeze. Thanks for understanding.]


we just finished the latest bits of the Debian Project News to be sent on
We'd really appreciate reviews and translations.

Here's the link:


Thank you Francesca and everyone. Here are my remarks.

Andreas Tille sent some
<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2012/03/msg00009.html";>bits
from the Debian Med team</a>, where he talked about recent initiatives of the
team including the<a href="http://debian-med.alteholz.de/advent/";><q>Debian
Med Bug Squashing Advent Calendar 2011</q></a>  and the
<a href="http://wiki.debian.org/DebianMed/MoM";><q>Mentoring of Month</q>
(MoM)</a>  project.

s/Mentoring of Month/Mentoring of the Month/

Andreas also reminded us that in January the Debian Med project
reached 10: in ten years, Debian Med has grown from a one man project to a
<q>strong team maintaining a set of over 200 highly specialised packages
with an high quality standard</q>, as Andreas said in a
<a href="http://debianmed.blogspot.com/2012/01/10-anniversary-of-debian-med-posted-by.html";>related

reach what?
s/an high quality/a high quality/ :-)

The Debian Med project not only provides and maintains specialised packages
for biology and medicine, but is — like other Debian Blends —<q>a nice
entry point for people to join Debian because newcomers can identify
themselves with a known topic (the scope of the Blend — in this case
medicine and bioinformatics) first and learn Debian rules in a team with
common interest</q>, added Andreas in the mail.

"added Andreas in the mail" sounds strange to me.

For many years now, the OSI has helped the<q>Open Source</q>  trademark
gain recognition, particularly in the corporate world.

As pointed out by MJ Ray in a different thread, "Open Source" is surely not a trademark in many places.

The year was the 2006.

2006 is not a noun, it takes no "the".

<rcstats release="Wheezy"
	tobefixed="536" />

The high number should be 841 currently. 742 appears to be an error coming from the use of an incorrect UDD query ( http://udd.debian.org/bugs.cgi?release=wheezy_and_sid&patch=&pending=&security=&wontfix=&upstream=&unreproducible=&forwarded=&claimed=&deferred=&notmain=&notwheezy=&base=&standard=&merged=&done=&outdatedwheezy=&outdatedsid=&needmig=&newerubuntu=&fnewer=&fnewerval=7&rc=1&sortby=source&sorto=asc&cpopcon=1&cseverity=1&ctags=1 ).

<li><a href="http://packages.debian.org/unstable/main/yagf";>\
	yagf — graphical interface to optical character recognition softwares</a></li>

The short description was apparently changed to "graphical interface for cuneiform and tesseract".

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