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commit 440c364bf856a86a61043984e536c52618e468e9
Author: Russell Dickenson (AKA phayz) <ph...@frugalware.org>
Date:   Wed Sep 8 07:01:42 2010 +1000

Newsletter issue 70

* fixing a few grammtical and markup errors

modified:   issue70.html

diff --git a/frugalware/weeklynews/issue70.html 
b/frugalware/weeklynews/issue70.html
index 66c1c88..1253a81 100644
--- a/frugalware/weeklynews/issue70.html
+++ b/frugalware/weeklynews/issue70.html
@@ -34,20 +34,20 @@
<p>On 23 August 2010, VMiklos <a href=
"http://frugalware.org/news/182";>announced</a> the release of Frugalware 1.3
- code name 'Haven'. VMiklos listed the technical changes since 1.2, all of
-  which were significant. There have been many non-technical changes,
-  including: new developers, new contributors, new planet software, new forum
-  software and the highest ever number of wallpapers proposed as the default or
-  1.3. It's been a very exciting 6 months for Frugalware and the next 6 months
-  look even more exciting!</p>
+  which were significant. Just as exciting as the technical changes have been
+  the many non-technical changes, including: new developers, new contributors,
+  new planet software, new forum software and the highest ever number of
+  wallpapers proposed as the default or 1.3. It's been a very exciting 6 months
+  for Frugalware and the next 6 months look even more exciting!</p>

<h3>frugal-tweak</h3>

-  <p>Frugalware developer Bouleetbil is developing a new, Frugalware-only
+  <p>Frugalware developer bouleetbil is developing a new, Frugalware-only
utility named frugal-tweak. It is a configuration utility, allowing you to
-  easily change or "tweak" many aspects of Frugalware: change login manager,
-  change Xorg driver, keep up with latest news and check for package updates.
-  It's development is very active so please try it and provide feedback to
-  Bouleetbil.</p>
+  easily change or "tweak" many aspects of Frugalware including: change your
+  login manager and Xorg driver, keep up with latest news and check for package
+  updates. It's development is very active so please try it and provide 
feedback
+  to bouleetbil.</p>

<h3>bouleetbil - is there only one?</h3>

@@ -55,9 +55,9 @@
who are members of the Frugalware development team. It simply isn't possible
for one person to do so much for Frugalware. The summary of committed changes
for Frugalware release 1.3 indicates the quantity of work he's doing. In
-  total he alone made 2,427 commits. Of course bouleetbil was not alone and
-  other developers also made a significant contribution but he got the highest
-  "score".</p>
+  total he made 2,427 commits. Of course bouleetbil was not alone and other
+  developers also made a significant contribution but he got the highest
+  "score". :P</p>

<h3>New contributor - Xarkam</h3>

@@ -65,9 +65,9 @@
contributions. He/she created a custom Frugalware design for the new
phpBB3-powered forums, also volunteered to maintain the forums and the wiki.
Thankyou very much, Xarkam, for all the work you have done so far and we hope
-  continue contributing.</p>
+  you continue contributing.</p>

-  <h3>Contributors are very active</h3>
+  <h3>New contributors are very active</h3>

<p>Some of our newest contributors have been active recently, including
Slown, CenturiO and kikadf. Each of them have continued to contribute new
@@ -263,15 +263,15 @@
<p>The /etc directory is perhaps the most critical folder on a Linux system.
Since this is where all system configuration files are stored, any damage to
files in this directory could stop the system from working.
-  <a href="http://joey.kitenet.net/code/etckeeper/";>etckeeper is a simple
-  but powerful utility which keeps the /etc directory in a git repository. It
-  integrates with pacman-g2 so that when the installation or removal of a
-  package requires a change to one or more files in /etc, these changes are
-  captured via a git commit. This allows you to undo changes made by the
-  installation or removal of packages. Since it's powered by git, you can also
-  commit changes you make manually (of course you shouldn't be making changes
-  here unless <strong>absolutely</strong> necessary). So go on - protect your
-  /etc and install etckeeper.</p>
+  <a href="http://joey.kitenet.net/code/etckeeper/";>etckeeper</a> is a
+  simple but powerful utility which keeps the /etc directory in a git
+  repository. It integrates with pacman-g2 so that when the installation or
+  removal of a package requires a change to one or more files in /etc, these
+  changes are captured via a git commit. This allows you to undo changes made 
by
+  the installation or removal of packages. Since it's powered by git, you can
+  also commit changes you make manually (of course you shouldn't be making
+  changes here unless <strong>absolutely</strong> necessary). So go on - 
protect
+  your /etc and install etckeeper.</p>

<h2><img src="http://frugalware.org/images/newsletter/bug.png"; align=
"left">Bug fixes</h2>
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