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* In the synopsis, most important items go first, moves / deletions / tagging / releases / miscellaneous at bottom. Also, try and group items where they make sense (eg. mentions of KOffice stuff can be followed by Calligra / Skrooge / etc items)
 
* In the synopsis, most important items go first, moves / deletions / tagging / releases / miscellaneous at bottom. Also, try and group items where they make sense (eg. mentions of KOffice stuff can be followed by Calligra / Skrooge / etc items)
 
* In the introduction line to feature articles: the first mention of a program should be hyperlinked to the project site (e.g. <a href="http://koffice.org/">KOffice</a>)
 
* In the introduction line to feature articles: the first mention of a program should be hyperlinked to the project site (e.g. <a href="http://koffice.org/">KOffice</a>)
* In any mentions, always either '''KDE Commit-Digest''', '''Commit-Digest''', or '''Digest''' (note the capitalisation and hyphenation)
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* In any mentions of the publication, always either '''KDE Commit-Digest''', '''Commit-Digest''', or '''Digest''' (note the capitalisation and hyphenation)

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  • In the synopsis, most important items go first, moves / deletions / tagging / releases / miscellaneous at bottom. Also, try and group items where they make sense (eg. mentions of KOffice stuff can be followed by Calligra / Skrooge / etc items)
  • In the introduction line to feature articles: the first mention of a program should be hyperlinked to the project site (e.g. <a href="http://koffice.org/">KOffice</a>)
  • In any mentions of the publication, always either KDE Commit-Digest, Commit-Digest, or Digest (note the capitalisation and hyphenation)

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