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even more doc cleanup

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File docs/source/developers.rst

 For Developers
 ##############
 
-If you would like to contribute, these instructions should help you
-get started.  Patches, bug reports, and feature requests are all
-welcome through the `BitBucket site
+If you would like to contribute to virtualenvwrapper directly, these
+instructions should help you get started.  Patches, bug reports, and
+feature requests are all welcome through the `BitBucket site
 <http://bitbucket.org/dhellmann/virtualenvwrapper/>`_.  Contributions
 in the form of patches or pull requests are easier to integrate and
 will receive priority attention.
 
 The documentation for virtualenvwrapper is written in reStructuredText
 and converted to HTML using Sphinx. The build itself is driven by
-Paver.  You will need the following packages in order to build the
+make.  You will need the following packages in order to build the
 docs:
 
 - Sphinx

File docs/source/extensions.rst

 user_scripts
 ============
 
+The ``user_scripts`` extension is delivered with virtualenvwrapper and
+enabled by default.  It implements the user customization script
+features described in :ref:`scripts`.

File docs/source/index.rst

    command_ref
    hooks
    tips
-   history
    developers
    extensions
+   history
 
 .. _references:
 

File docs/source/plugins.rst

  Extension Plugins
 ===================
 
-virtualenvwrapper adds several extension points for modifying its
-behavior.  End-users can use shell scripts or other programs for
-personal customization (see :ref:`scripts`).  Extensions can also be
-implemented in Python by using Distribute_ *entry points*, making
-it possible to share common behaviors between systems.
+virtualenvwrapper includes several ways to modify its behavior.
+End-users can use shell scripts or other programs for personal
+customization (see :ref:`scripts`).  Extensions can also be
+implemented in Python by using Distribute_ *entry points*, making it
+possible to share common behaviors between systems.
 
 Defining an Extension
 =====================
   * __init__.py
   * user_scripts.py
 
-And placing the following code in the ``__init__.py``::
+And placing the following code in ``__init__.py``::
 
     """virtualenvwrapper module
     """