Use 'venv' consistently for virtualenv directory.
Pointed out by tri on #pocoo.
|@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ information about how to do that. Once you have it installed, run the same|
|commands as above, but without the `sudo` prefix.|
|Once you have virtualenv installed, just fire up a shell and create|
|-your own environment. I usually create a project folder and an `env`|
|+your own environment. I usually create a project folder and a `venv`|
|$ mkdir myproject|