Gender-neutral language

Related to TDE/tde#93.

Signed-off-by: Mavridis Philippe <mavridisf@gmail.com>
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Mavridis Philippe 3 months ago
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  1. 6
      doc/kmail/configure.docbook
  2. 4
      doc/kmail/using-kmail.docbook
  3. 2
      doc/knode/introduction.docbook
  4. 4
      doc/knode/journey.docbook
  5. 2
      doc/knode/using-morefeatures.docbook
  6. 2
      doc/kontact/index.docbook
  7. 8
      doc/korganizer/index.docbook
  8. 4
      kmail/configuredialog.cpp
  9. 2
      kmail/kmail.antispamrc-HOWTO
  10. 4
      kmail/kmfolderdia.cpp
  11. 2
      libkpimexchange/core/exchangedownload.cpp

@ -1053,7 +1053,7 @@ of key words can be modified.</para>
<quote>read receipt</quote>. The message author requests
a disposition notification to be sent and the receiver's
mail program generates a reply from which the author can
learn what happened to his message. Common disposition
learn what happened to their message. Common disposition
types include <quote>displayed</quote> (&ie; read),
<quote>deleted</quote> and <quote>dispatched</quote>
(&eg; forwarded).
@ -1099,7 +1099,7 @@ of key words can be modified.</para>
notification. This is only
<emphasis>slightly</emphasis> better than always
sending &mdn;s. The author will still know that
the messages has been acted upon, he just cannot
the messages has been acted upon, they just cannot
tell whether it was deleted or read &etc;
</para>
</listitem>
@ -1145,7 +1145,7 @@ of key words can be modified.</para>
message-id and the original recipient is included
in the &mdn; reply. This preserves enough
information for the sender to find the message in
his sent messages for which this &mdn; was
their sent messages for which this &mdn; was
generated.
</para>
</listitem>

@ -344,7 +344,7 @@ choose from the list of common &MIME; types. You can also select an encoding
method for your file from the list of encoding options (normally, the default
value works fine). Check the <guilabel>Suggest automatic display</guilabel> option
if you want to suggest to the recipient the automatic (inline) display of this attachment. Whether this works or not depends on the recipient's email client
and on his settings.</para>
and on their settings.</para>
<para>You can also attach public keys to the message by using the appropriate options in the
<menuchoice><guimenu>Attach</guimenu></menuchoice> menu. <application>PGP</application>
@ -2014,7 +2014,7 @@ defined for the current identity to the message. Now you can send the message.</
that the receiver will get the correct key: there can be a man-in-the-middle
attack, as somebody can change the key and sign the message with that other
key. That is why the recipient should verify the attached key by checking the
key's fingerprint against the one he received in a secure way from you; have a look
key's fingerprint against the one they received in a secure way from you; have a look
at the <application>PGP</application> documentation for further details.</para>
</sect2>

@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ is not answered in this manual.</para>
Usenet</link> chapter is recommended; it is not so much about &knode; as how to
move about in the Usenet with its help. In general, it is not
sufficient to just master a news reader for writing news
articles: imagine a car driver who masters his car perfectly but does
articles: imagine a car driver who masters a car perfectly but does
not know about the traffic rules or signs; do you want to encounter
such a driver when out in traffic? So please take your time to learn
at least a little about the <quote>traffic rules</quote> of the

@ -158,7 +158,7 @@ newsgroup. It stands for: (R)ead (T)he (F)...ing
<para>Wait, what is <acronym>BTW</acronym> now? Another often-seen
acronym which means (B)y (T)he (W)ay. It is easy when you know
it; to avoid you having to continuously speculate over the meaning of
acronyms there is table at he end of this section containing the
acronyms there is table at the end of this section containing the
most-often-used acronyms.</para>
<para>This table does not try to be complete and is based on a list by
@ -519,7 +519,7 @@ head and think of a face.</para>
<title>PLONK!</title>
<para>This PLONK! looks like some comic-sound, does it not? And that is
exactly what it is used for. The one who reads it knows he was just
exactly what it is used for. The one who reads it knows they were just
added to the killfile of a newsreader; normally this means the
recipient of the PLONK! annoyed the sender. The PLONK! is meant to
play back the sound of the recipients name hitting the ground in the

@ -688,7 +688,7 @@ examples.</para>
Test; to do this choose the
<guilabel>From</guilabel> header line from the first drop-down
list, choose <guilabel>is exactly the same as</guilabel> from the second
drop-down list, and enter his name in the text field.
drop-down list, and enter their name in the text field.
But, before doing this you should have a
look at the <glossterm>header</glossterm> of one of Theodor's
articles and see what is in the <quote>From</quote> line.</para>

@ -972,7 +972,7 @@ The settings stored in the profile include typical Look&amp;Feel related options
<para>
Two default profiles are provided by Kontact: &quot;&kontact; Style&quot;, which contains the default &kontact; settings, and &quot;Outlook Style&quot;, adapting &kontact; to Microsoft Outlook Look&amp;Feel.
The user can adapt existing profiles, create new profiles from his current settings, and import and export profiles.
The user can adapt existing profiles, create new profiles from their current settings, and import and export profiles.
</para>
<para>

@ -403,7 +403,7 @@ want to use another resource, especially if you use a supported groupware
server. Please ask the server administrator for the information required to
configure the groupware resource, including free/busy information publishing
and retrieving. Access to free/busy information allows an event organizer to
take the attendee's calendar in consideration when adding him to the event's
take the attendee's calendar in consideration when adding them to the event's
attendee list.</para>
<note><para>Besides calendar storage, groupware servers typically offer contacts,
@ -694,7 +694,7 @@ and do not reload the file at regular intervals.</para>
the same remote file at the same time, because the remote file resource does not
offer a conflict resolution mechanism. For instance, if someone else changes
(and saves) the remote file, after you loaded it, and a some time later you save
the file, his changes will be lost.
the file, their changes will be lost.
</para></warning>
</listitem>
@ -1734,7 +1734,7 @@ requested from the attendee.</para></listitem>
<varlistentry>
<term><guibutton>Select Addressee</guibutton></term>
<listitem><para>If the attendee(s) are in your Address Book, you do not have to
remember or type his email address to add it to the attendee list. Just click
remember or type their email address to add it to the attendee list. Just click
the <guibutton>Select Addressee...</guibutton> button and choose the attendee(s)
from the list. Please note that this is the standard &kde; address book, which
is also used by &kmail; and can also be called as a separate application
@ -1821,7 +1821,7 @@ by dragging it with the mouse, or resize it by moving the edges of the highlight
area with the mouse.</para>
<para>The free/busy information is only available if the
attendee publishes his free/busy schedule, and if &korganizer; is correctly
attendee publishes their free/busy schedule, and if &korganizer; is correctly
configured to retrieve it. For more information about configuring &korganizer;
to publish and retrieve free/busy information, please check the
<xref linkend="config" />. Double-clicking on an attendee entry in the list

@ -3770,7 +3770,7 @@ SecurityPageGeneralTab::SecurityPageGeneralTab( TQWidget * parent, const char *
"receipt</b>. The message author requests a disposition "
"notification to be sent and the receiver's mail program "
"generates a reply from which the author can learn what "
"happened to his message. Common disposition types include "
"happened to their message. Common disposition types include "
"<b>displayed</b> (i.e. read), <b>deleted</b> and <b>dispatched</b> "
"(e.g. forwarded).</p>"
"<p>The following options are available to control KMail's "
@ -3785,7 +3785,7 @@ SecurityPageGeneralTab::SecurityPageGeneralTab( TQWidget * parent, const char *
"<li><em>Deny</em>: Always sends a <b>denied</b> notification. This "
"is only <em>slightly</em> better than always sending MDNs. "
"The author will still know that the messages has been acted "
"upon, he just cannot tell whether it was deleted or read etc.</li>"
"upon, they just cannot tell whether it was deleted or read etc.</li>"
"<li><em>Always send</em>: Always sends the requested "
"disposition notification. That means that the author of the "
"message gets to know when the message was acted upon and, "

@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ General options
- Priority: Specifies the priority of the filter. This value is used to
place faster filters before the slower ones in the selection list. If the
user chooses the top item, he gets the fastest filter. Provider sided
user chooses the top item, they get the fastest filter. Provider sided
"filters" (which produce headers tough) like the GMX filter have a prio
at about 70, they are very fast as they don't consume time on the client
side. Since CRM114 is almost as fast it gets 65 ;-).

@ -541,8 +541,8 @@ KMail::FolderDiaGeneralTab::FolderDiaGeneralTab( KMFolderDialog* dlg,
"and should see the alarms for the events or tasks in this folder. "
"The setting applies to Calendar and Task folders only "
"(for tasks, this setting is only used for alarms).\n\n"
"Example use cases: if the boss shares a folder with his secretary, "
"only the boss should be marked as busy for his meetings, so he should "
"Example use cases: if the boss shares a folder with their secretary, "
"only the boss should be marked as busy for their meetings, so they should "
"select \"Admins\", since the secretary has no admin rights on the folder.\n"
"On the other hand if a working group shares a Calendar for "
"group meetings, all readers of the folders should be marked "

@ -582,7 +582,7 @@ void ExchangeDownload::slotPropFindResult( TDEIO::Job *job )
if ( mCalendar ) {
KCal::Event *oldEvent = mCalendar->event( event->uid() );
if ( oldEvent ) {
kdWarning() << "Already got his event, replace it..." << endl;
kdWarning() << "Already got the event, replace it..." << endl;
mCalendar->deleteEvent( oldEvent );
}
kdDebug() << "ADD EVENT" << endl;

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