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- Reported in: P2.0 (09-Sep-14)
PDF page: 5
This sentence in the intro is awkward: But do avoid fat models.
The sentiment is correct but the wording is not quite right. --Randy Pond
- Reported in: P1.0 (08-Aug-14)
PDF page: 16
In the second phrase, "We feel that a lof of this criticism is misplaced.", "lot" is mistyped.--Guilherme Garnier
- Reported in: P2.0 (10-Sep-14)
PDF page: 35
This two sentences are awkward. "You will" followed by a "we encountered." Plus, it can be taken the wrong way.
"Unfortunately you will find many of those solutions to be lacking in practice. Here are some problems we encountered."
To be less controversial, I would change the "you" to a "we."
Unfortunately we found many of those solutions to be lacking in practice. Here are some problems we encountered--Randy
- Reported in: P2.0 (05-Nov-14)
PDF page: 40
"[...] you should not OBJECT your class to the constraints that the ActiveModel API forces upon you."
Should read "you should not SUBJECT your class...".--Tim Uruski
- Reported in: P2.0 (06-Nov-14)
PDF page: 60
"To show the application BEM with a larger, practical example [...]"
"To show the application of BEM with a larger, practical example [...]"--Tim Uruski
- Reported in: P1.0 (05-Aug-14)
PDF page: 68
Paper page: 64
The first note below "Note some things" states "we choose an explicit modifier article.is_small to ...". The modifier is actually named "is_summary" in the stylesheet above it.--Walter Horstman
- Reported in: P2.0 (16-Sep-14)
PDF page: 81
"you should make it as easy is possible for your colleagues" should be "you should make it as easy AS possible for your colleagues"--Oliver