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Bug#816159: marked as done (www.debian.org: new introduction for blends page)

Your message dated Sat, 05 Mar 2016 07:08:00 +0000
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and subject line Debian WWW CVS commit by ana.c-guest fixes #816159
has caused the Debian Bug report #816159,
regarding www.debian.org: new introduction for blends page
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Package: www.debian.org
Severity: wishlist
X-Debbugs-CC: debian-blends@lists.debian.org, debian-l10n-english@lists.debian.org

I would like to change the current introduction to Debian Pure Blends
on the website to the following text. The new introduction is derived
from the 'Learn More' section of an earlier version of the page.
It tries to be suitable for non-technical folks who have not heard of
Debian Pure Blends and avoids the word 'users' in favour of 'people'.
I am fairly happy with it but I think the very last sentence is
slightly awkward and could use some fixes by English experts.

A general purpose operating system like Debian can be the perfect solution for
many different areas of life.
Whether you want Debian to work for you in the classroom, as a games machine,
or in the office, each area has its own unique needs and requires a
different subset of packages tailored in a different way.

Debian Pure Blends are a solution for groups of people with specific needs.
Not only do they provide handy collections (meta-packages) of specific packages,
but they also ease installation and configuration for the intended purpose.
They cover the interests of different groups of people, who might be children,
scientists, gamers, lawyers, medical staff, visually impaired people, etc.
Their common goal is to make installation and administration of computers
for their target audience as easy as possible and to connect their audience
with the people who write or package software for that audience.




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This bug was closed by ana.c-guest in the webwml CVS repository:


Note that it might take some time until www.debian.org has been updated.

CVSROOT:	/cvs/webwml
Module name:	webwml
Changes by:	ana.c-guest	16/03/05 07:08:00

Modified files:
	english/blends : index.wml 

Log message:
	Updates introduction for the blends page. Closes: #816159

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