summaryrefslogtreecommitdiff
diff options
context:
space:
mode:
authorAuftragsmöwe <Auftragsmöwe@web>2019-01-02 22:24:34 +0100
committerGNU Hurd web pages engine <web-hurd@gnu.org>2019-01-02 22:24:34 +0100
commitc8ce1c2c71a9b0b064ed6985723d8c23f0d87005 (patch)
tree15fabefb2734d91ae06b98cdf48d89a23cecbb82
parent993788346f893ae65dc5a892683b483c5ca511b3 (diff)
Changing "manpower" to a more inclusive term, inline with GNU communication guidelines
-rw-r--r--faq/how_many_developers.mdwn2
1 files changed, 1 insertions, 1 deletions
diff --git a/faq/how_many_developers.mdwn b/faq/how_many_developers.mdwn
index a4d4910..0b217f0 100644
--- a/faq/how_many_developers.mdwn
+++ b/faq/how_many_developers.mdwn
@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ competitive state. Nowadays, it's only unpaid (apart from some
In contrast to the Linux kernel, there is no industry involvement in
development. For one, this is a good thing: independency; no conflicts of
interests. For another, it is also a bad thing: no dedicated full-time
-manpower -- which matters a lot.
+workforce -- which matters a lot.
This also answers the question why [[the Hurd still does not do [...] after so
many years of development|so_many_years]].