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Hi Tom,

Tom Davies wrote on 2011-08-30 12:11:
Another petty minor one i keep meaning to mention
"Developers invited to contribute their add-ons
Community-based review process ensures quality and reliability"

I think it should be
"Developers are invited to contribute their add-ons.
Community-based review process ensures quality and reliability."
2 full-stops and an "are".  The way it is written at the moment is kinda like
business-speak. People probably haven't noticed they are missing as they are so
obviously intended.

thanks for the feedback! This time, however, the text is on purpose. :-)

Usually, I use a short form for the subline which makes it easier to read for journalists. And normally, these sublines do not contain a "." at the end. At least for German-speaking countries, that's the way press releases should be written, and I think that way it is quite common in all Europe.


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