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Editorial: Update About this Specification wording #1830

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sideshowbarker commented Jan 4, 2020

This change updates the wording of the first sentence in the "About this Specification" section to read:

This document at https://tc39.es/ecma262/ is the most accurate and up-to-date ECMAScript specification.

Without this change, it just reads “the most accurate up-to-date”, without the word “and”.

This change updates the wording of the first sentence in the "About this
Specification" section to read:

> This document at https://tc39.es/ecma262/ is the most accurate and >
up-to-date ECMAScript specification.

Without this change, it just reads “the most accurate up-to-date”,
without the word “and”.
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ljharb commented Jan 4, 2020

Can you elaborate on why this change? "accurate and up-to-date" sounds better to me than "accurate up-to-date" (altho both are correct, i think).

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ljharb commented Jan 4, 2020

aha, i see you're adding "and". In that case I'm on board, as it does read more clearly.

@ljharb ljharb requested review from michaelficarra, syg, bakkot and tc39/ecma262-editors Jan 4, 2020
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