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Proofread documentation files for August Squashathon #2924
Documentation needs to have good quality copy, so that it's informative but also grammatically correct. Although spelling is pretty much OK thanks to @coke , we can only hope that grammar is too. So let's try and proofread as many pages as we can for next squashathon, so that we know that they are correct. Please state in the comment which page you will be working in, and click on the page once you're done (even if everything is correct and there's nothing to do there).
By proofreading we mean basically check the language and grammar, that is, check that the descriptions are correct, understandable, descriptive, and proper English. If additionally you want to check broken links, examples, whatever, it's better if you raise an additional issue so that that's is fixed.
For the first round, I'll be proofreading: