On 09/22/2015 12:32 AM, Erik Rijkers wrote:
- might not be the same as the database user he needs to connect as.
+ might not be the same as the database user that is to be connect as.
It is not an improvement. I would like to see this change rolled back.
I agree this is awkward.
I would use "might not be the same as the database user they need to
connect as." Let's be consistent about the use of they/them/their/theirs
as indefinitely gendered singular pronouns.
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