|author||Matthew Marchese <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2017-05-16 23:06:13 -0700|
|committer||Matthew Marchese <email@example.com>||2017-05-16 23:06:13 -0700|
|parent||mailinglists: Remove gentoo-perl@, #617958 (diff)|
Add whitespace after #. Closes bug 618692.
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1 files changed, 4 insertions, 4 deletions
diff --git a/get-started/philosophy/social-contract.md b/get-started/philosophy/social-contract.md
index 6b91746..51796bd 100644
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ navtitle: 'Social Contract'
This social contract is intended to clearly describe the overall development policies and standards of the Gentoo project development team. Parts of this document have been derived from the [Debian Social Contract](https://www.debian.org/social_contract). It is generally very similar to it except that certain parts have been clarified and augmented while other parts deemed redundant have been removed. Comments are welcome. Please send them to our [firstname.lastname@example.org](mailto:email@example.com) mailing list.
-##What is Gentoo?
+## What is Gentoo?
Gentoo in itself is a collection of free knowledge.
Knowledge in this context can be defined as documentation and metadata concerned with concepts or domains relevant to operating systems and their components,
@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ If a product associated with an official Gentoo project does not satisfy these r
An official list of Gentoo projects is listed under the Gentoo Metastructure.
A Gentoo project does not need to produce a Gentoo operating system in order to be officially recognized.
-##Gentoo is and will remain Free Software
+## Gentoo is and will remain Free Software
We will release our contributions to Gentoo as free software, metadata or documentation,
under the GNU General Public License version 2 (or later, at our discretion) or the Creative Commons - Attribution / Share Alike version 2 (or later, at our discretion).
@@ -39,11 +39,11 @@ Note: We are considering extending the above clause to require that all core Gen
to a license approved by the OSI and Free Software Foundation (<a href="https://www.gnu.org/">FSF</a>).
-##We will give back to the Free Software Community
+## We will give back to the Free Software Community
We will establish relationships with Free Software authors and collaborate with them when possible. We will submit bug-fixes, improvements, user requests, etc. to the "upstream" authors of software included in our system. We will also clearly document our contributions to Gentoo as well as any improvements or changes we make to external sources used by Gentoo (whether in the form of patches, "sed tweaks" or some other form). We acknowledge that our improvements and changes are much more meaningful to the larger Free Software community if they are clearly documented and explained, since not everyone has the time or ability to understand the literal changes contained in the patches or tweaks themselves.
-##We will not hide problems
+## We will not hide problems
We will keep our [bug report database](https://bugs.gentoo.org/) open for public view at all times; reports that users file online will immediately become visible to others.