On 06.11.19 22:04, Nicholas D Steeves wrote:
Brian May <b...@debian.org> writes:
Stéphane Blondon <stephane.blon...@gmail.com> writes:
Perhaps there is a doubt how to read it?
- do not (remove python-foo-doc or rename it to python3-foo-doc)
- (do not remove python-foo-doc) or (rename it to python3-foo-doc)
Would it be better if we remove the indentation and use this sentence(?):
if documentation is in python-foo-doc, do not move it
Myself, I read it as the first option.
I would personally use:
- Do not remove python-foo-doc and do not rename it to python3-foo-doc.
Or maybe even expand as two bullet points:
- Do not remove python-foo-doc.
- Do not rename it to python3-foo-doc.
I think this makes it very explicit what was intended.
+1. I also read it as (do (not (remove python-foo-doc) or (not (rename
to python3-foo-doc)))). In natural language that "or" should be a
"nor", but breaking it into two negated bullet points may be clearer to
those whose first language doesn't possess a negative list operator.
please could one of you open an issue with a patch to track the change?