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Bug#927680: Code name spelling (upper/lower) is used inconsistently in Debian communication/documentation

Package: release.debian.org
Severity: minor
X-Debbugs-CC: debian-publicity@lists.debian.org, debian-doc@lists.debian.org, debian-www@lists.debian.org

On Sb, 20 apr 19, 21:11:09, Justin B Rye wrote:
> But I've given up trying to get this sorted out, just as I've given up
> asking why it is that we write "stretch" when the release announcement
> called it "Stretch" and it's named after something called "Stretch"!

Dear Release Team,

Apparently the code name for Debian releases has been used 
inconsistently in various documentation and communication.

As the team delegated to (among many others) decide the code name of 
Debian releases please kindly rule on the correct spelling (lower or 
upper case), i.e. 'buster' or 'Buster'.

Many thanks,

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