-There are two primary thrift interfaces exposed in locator.thrift,
-locator.Base and locator.Locator. Locator.Base supports primal methods
-such as ping(), service\_type(), service\_types(), and die(), that don't
-rely on any of the locator services. Locator.Locator implements basic
+There are two primary thrift interfaces exposed in locator.thrift:
+`locator.Base` and `locator.Locator`. `Locator.Base` supports primal methods
+such as `ping()`, `service\_type()`, `service\_types()`, and `die()`, that
+don't rely on any of the locator services. `Locator.Locator` implements basic
node location and management: propagating and dropping services on the
-network. When creating your own thrift definition, your service
-should import locator.thrift and extend one of the two service classes.
+network. When creating your own thrift definition, your service should import
+locator.thrift and extend one of the two service classes.
When creating a thrift handler implementation, the python class should
inherit from location.BaseHandler or location.LocatorHandler and the