> I, for one, think that proper grammar in checkins, source code
> and wikis is wonderful, and beneficial in the same way as syntax
> highlighting in editors.


> While reading Zope source in the past, I have, a couple of times,
> made diffs fixing niggly grammatical issues (I can be compulsive
> that way .. ) but have always refrained from submitting them as
> issues, because I was afraid they'd be considered noise. Is this
> a justified fear?

Indeed.  If you have checkin perms, feel free to fix coding style and
English grammar issues quietly.  But trackers should be used for real
coding issues.

--Guido van Rossum (home page: http://www.python.org/~guido/)

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