[Bug 146918] Re: Poor descriptions for some applications in Startup Programs window
Matthew Paul Thomas
mpt at canonical.com
Mon Jul 13 16:28:36 BST 2009
era gives a good explanation of why these descriptions should not use
imperative case. There is nothing you have to do here; the purpose of
the description is merely to explain why the program is running in the
first place. So for example, a good description for "GNOME login sound"
would be "Plays a sound whenever you log in". And a good description for
"Indicator applet" would be "Provides quick access to messages received
in Evolution or Pidgin". One guide to whether you're on the right track:
the first word of the description should usually be a verb that ends in
the letter "s".
Poor descriptions for some applications in Startup Programs window
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