r570 - html/trunk/faq

lizardo at linuxfromscratch.org lizardo at linuxfromscratch.org
Sun Sep 11 09:58:33 PDT 2005


Author: lizardo
Date: 2005-09-11 10:58:33 -0600 (Sun, 11 Sep 2005)
New Revision: 570

Modified:
   html/trunk/faq/index.html
Log:
Fixed "publicly" misspell.


Modified: html/trunk/faq/index.html
===================================================================
--- html/trunk/faq/index.html	2005-09-10 03:24:40 UTC (rev 569)
+++ html/trunk/faq/index.html	2005-09-11 16:58:33 UTC (rev 570)
@@ -192,7 +192,7 @@
 	  <p>While the text refers to "the lists" exclusively, it doesn't intend to ignore the news groups that mirror the mailing lists.</p>
 	  <p>With that out of the way, here are a couple manners oriented items followed by more "mechanical" stuff:</p>
 	  <p>Please remember that it is rude to post questions that are answered in commonly available documentation such as the LFS and BLFS Books, this FAQ, the LFS Hints, the appropriate man pages, the list archives, and Google searches. As long as you can demonstrate that you've made an effort to find the answer and you're not offended by a pointer to documentation, no reasonable person will object to your question.</p>
-	  <p>Most of the bothersome flame wars start when a newbie posts an obvious question, is then criticized (even in a kindly manner), and becomes publicaly offended. Please try to avoid this situation. "Wordlessly" pointing to the exact spot in the documentation is sufficient. If you feel you must criticize, please do it via private email, not on the lists. The same applies to anything else that may become heated.</p>
+	  <p>Most of the bothersome flame wars start when a newbie posts an obvious question, is then criticized (even in a kindly manner), and becomes publicly offended. Please try to avoid this situation. "Wordlessly" pointing to the exact spot in the documentation is sufficient. If you feel you must criticize, please do it via private email, not on the lists. The same applies to anything else that may become heated.</p>
 	  <p>The lists have an international membership so slang of all sorts and idiom are likely to be misunderstood. (Witness the recent discussion of "bootstrapping".) Any mention of profanity, politics, war, or religion (even in signatures) is likely to upset someone somewhere in the world so please avoid them as well. Finally, it is considered polite to post in English since many more people on the lists know it than any other language.</p>
 	  <p>Now for the more "mechanical" stuff.</p>
 	  <ul>




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