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From TJ Frazier <tjfraz...@cfl.rr.com>
Subject Re: [PATCH -corrected} Fixing some typos in ppmc-faqs.mdtext
Date Sun, 26 Jun 2011 12:40:37 GMT
Hi, Dick,
On 6/26/2011 08:14, Dick Groskamp wrote:
[snip]
> Created a new patch and attached it to this message
> > Index: ppmc-faqs.mdtext.diff
> ===================================================================
> --- ppmc-faqs.mdtext.diff	(revision 0)
> +++ ppmc-faqs.mdtext.diff	(revision 0)
> @@ -0,0 +1,59 @@
> +--- D:/Documents en Settings/Dick/Apache Openoffice.org/site/trunk/content/openofficeorg/ppmc-faqs.mdtext
vr jun 24 18:56:53 2011
> ++++ D:/Documents en Settings/Dick/Apache Openoffice.org/site/trunk/content/openofficeorg/ppmc-faqs.mdtext.fix
zo jun 26 13:52:04 2011
> +@@ -34,17 +34,17 @@
> +
> + The following are conditions to become a committer:
> +
> +- 1. You have send in patches that were well-respected to improve the software.
> ++ 1. You have sent in patches that were well-respected to improve the software.
> +  2. You have added documentation to the Wiki or website that were well-respected to
> +-    improvent the non-code part of the project.
> ++    improve the non-code part of the project.
> +  3. You have shown that you can discuss in the mailing lists and that this has
> +     brought us forward.
> +  4. You are well known to the established members, who you are and what you have
> +     done in the past. Regarding this project, a former-one or another project.
> +
> +-If 1 of the 4 statements above are true, then you can be voted in as committer.
> ++If 1 of the 4 statements above is true, then you can be voted in as committer.
> +
> +-When the vote resut is positive, you will be asked for some information to setup
> ++When the vote result is positive, you will be asked for some information to setup
> + your committer status.
> + <br> ([see here for more information][4])
> +
> +@@ -52,9 +52,9 @@
> +
> + The following is a brief summary of what to expect as committer:
> +
> +- 1. After your (Invividual Contributor Lisence Agreement ([iCLA][5]) has been
> ++ 1. After your (individual Contributor Lisence Agreement ([iCLA][5]) has been
> +     received and registered, you will be invited to specify one or more preferred
> +-    Apache user names.
> ++    Apache usernames.
> +
> +     **Important**: The e-mail address you provide in your iCLA will be used for the
> +     following communications with you.
> +@@ -62,11 +62,11 @@
> +     Please note that there is also a [Corporate Contributor Lisence Agreement
> +     (CCLA)][6] if you want/have to commit in the name of a company or organization.
> +
> +- 2. Choose one or more User Names that would be acceptable to you. These are short
> ++ 2. Choose one or more Username(s) that would be acceptable to you. These are short
> +     names or abbriviations that will be used for a Unix account login.
> +
> +     **Example:** <br>
> +-    Your name is "John Doe", so an ID cound be "johnd" or "jdoe". [Here you can see
> ++    Your name is "John Doe", so an ID could be "johnd" or "jdoe". [Here you can see
> +     if the ID is still free][7] or already given to another committer.
> +
> +     Supply all other information that is requested. Return the ID requests as
> +@@ -77,7 +77,7 @@
> +     the order you would like to have, so the first one is the most wanted.
> +
> +  4. You will receive an e-mail, from "root@apache.org", that confirms the Apache
> +-    user name for you and also provides you with an initial password. There are also
> ++    username for you and also provides you with an initial password. There are also
> +     instructions for changing your password. Please be patient as this mail can take
> +     some days.
> +
Thanks for fixing those compound nouns. I'm not sure that the 
progression of "user name" to "user-name" to "username" is complete, 
but—if it's an Apache convention—I can live with it.
You might also fix "abbrIviations" and "Corporate Contributor LiSenCe 
Agreement".

-- 
/tj/
(Notorious proof-reading nitpicker.)


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