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File bin/spell-checker-iface.sh

 #!/bin/bash
 find dest/t2-homepage/ -name '*.html' -or -name '*.xhtml' |
     ( LC_ALL=C sort  ) |
-    perl -lne 'print if 1..m#philosophy/computers/perl/perl6-critique#' |
+    perl -lne 'print if 1..m#philosophy/computers/software-management/perfect-workplace/v2/perfect-it-workplace-v2/weekly-reports#' |
     grep -vP 'guide2ee/undergrad' |
     grep -vP '(?:humour/TheEnemy/(?:The-Enemy-(?:English-)?rev|TheEnemy))' |
     grep -vP '(?:humour/by-others/(?:English-is-a-Crazy-Language|darien|hitchhiker|how-many-newsgroup-readers|oded-c|s-stands-for-simple|technion-bit-1|top-12-things-likely|was-the-death-star-attack|grad-student-jokes-from-jnoakes))' |

File lib/docbook/4/xml/end-of-it-slavery.xml

                     no one was willing to give him a chance to grow</ulink>.
                 What is important about great hackers is not their knowledge
                 or experience but their potential, attitude and
-                auto-didactness. Given proper conditions they will accumulate
+                autodidacticism. Given proper conditions they will accumulate
                 a lot of knowledge, and surpass “medium-level” techs with
                 a small amount of experience.
             </para>
             as a workplace where great developers love to work, and which
             they will recommend to their friends. In this day and age, great
             developers can easily start their own companies, become
-            freelancers, or simply remain “unemployed” while doing payed-for
+            freelancers, or simply remain “unemployed” while doing paid-for
             gigs. Or they can find a better workplace, perhaps with lower
             pay, but one where they will be happier.
         </para>

File lib/docbook/4/xml/perfect-it-workplace.xml

             One of the comments I received said that I kept giving bad
             examples for conditions I disliked from previous workplaces,
             instead of positive elements I would have liked to see. Another
-            commentor told me in private, that he felt that the
+            commentator told me in private, that he felt that the
             "End of IT Slavery" and other essays of mine reflected the
-            fact that I had a "primadona attitude" instead of a more
+            fact that I had a "primadonna attitude" instead of a more
             positive "team-player" attitude.
         </para>
 
             them a serious thought, you can make such potential employees want
             to work for you, love to work for you, want to stay, and be
             happy as long as they are working for you. Furthermore, you will
-            know better than to irrationaly fire perfectly good employees.
+            know better than to irrationally fire perfectly good employees.
         </para>
 
         <para>
                     <para>
                         <ulink url="http://www.catb.org/esr/">Eric S.
                             Raymond's Homepage</ulink> and especially
-                        his <ulink url="http://www.catb.org/esr/writings/cathedral-bazaar/">the "Cathedral and the Bazzar" series</ulink> and his
+                        his <ulink url="http://www.catb.org/esr/writings/cathedral-bazaar/">the "Cathedral and the Bazaar" series</ulink> and his
                         <ulink url="http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/hacker-howto.html">"How
                             to become a Hacker"</ulink> document.
                     </para>
                 comparison to star programmers. (And according to
                 <ulink url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brooks'_law">Brooks'
                     Law</ulink>, you can't effectively replace one good
-                programer with many worse ones.)
+                programmer with many worse ones.)
             </para>
             <para>
                 As I noted <ulink url="http://discuss.joelonsoftware.com/default.asp?joel.3.197867.7">there
                 but rather not being overly secretive. )
             </para>
             <para>
-                Finallly, you should avoid vendor lock-in: use standard
+                Finally, you should avoid vendor lock-in: use standard
                 or documented protocols and specifications,
                 <ulink url="http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/fog0000000052.html">take
                     Joel Spolsky's advice
 
             </section>
 
-            <section id="conditions--payed-vacation">
+            <section id="conditions--paid-vacation">
 
                 <title>A Lot of Paid Vacation</title>
 
                 </listitem>
                 <listitem>
                     <para>
-                        Work on open-soure software or their own personal
+                        Work on open-source software or their own personal
                         projects.
                     </para>
                 </listitem>
                 </para>
                 <para>
                     A similar fallacy is the <emphasis role="bold">"Mountains
-                        of documentation fallacy"</emphasis> of having superflous
+                        of documentation fallacy"</emphasis> of having superfluous
                     commenting, Literate programming, etc. The problem with
                     this approach is that the extra documentation is often
                     redundant if the code is well written and factored out
                         Ayn Rand' Objectivism, Neo-Tech is the best idea-system
                         I've encountered yet. Note that it is easy to both
                         dismiss Neo-Tech as a stupid cult, or to hugely
-                        mis-understand it at first. So when reading Neo-Tech
+                        misunderstand it at first. So when reading Neo-Tech
                         go over the material (preferably without skipping, but
                         possibly while taking breaks), and then let it sink
                         for a while.
             </para>
 
             <para>
-                Nevertheless, a workplace enoucrage its employees to note
+                Nevertheless, a workplace should encourage its employees to note
                 down every useful knowledge and procedure. My friend once
                 told me that in his previous workplace they kept a
                 knowledge-base as a group of Microsoft Word documents stored
                     <ulink url="http://www.faqs.org/docs/artu/ch16s01.html">Eric
                         Raymond's "Tale of J. Random Newbie"</ulink> is
                     illustrative of the many problems programmers encounter
-                    in highly-prorietary environments. Generally however,
+                    in highly-proprietary environments. Generally however,
                     even if you're using proven, mature,
                     well-documented and functional technology, you are
                     likely to encounter bugs.
                     I was instructed to write a mail-processing framework
                     in PHP. Now since I know and love Perl, I know there
                     are many fine modules for doing that on <ulink url="http://sial.org/howto/perl/life-with-cpan/">CPAN (= The
-                        Comprensive Perl Archive Network)</ulink>, but there
+                        Comprehensive Perl Archive Network)</ulink>, but there
                     was little of substantial quality for PHP. At a certain
                     time I needed to register at a site, to download the
                     latest version of a PHP library, that was free software,
                 <para>
                     With my PHP code barely working and prune to many errors,
                     I decided to quit after about a month, out of being
-                    appaled by the bad code craftmanship I could do there.
+                    appalled by the bad code craftmanship I could do there.
                     Make sure you don't repeat such a mistake.
                 </para>
             </section>

File lib/docbook/4/xml/rindolf-spec.xml

 </title>
     <para>
         OK, here's the deal: if Perl 6 would have better designed, less bloated
-        with superflous features, and backward-compatible with Perl 5, I would
+        with superfluous features, and backward-compatible with Perl 5, I would
         not have started Rindolf. In fact, I consider Rindolf an anti-thesis
         to Perl 6. Thus, don't wonder if I criticize Perl 6 a lot, because
         it is the reason for starting Rindolf in the first place.

File lib/docbook/5/xml/perfect-it-workplace-v2.xml

                         <link xlink:href="http://www.catb.org/esr/">Eric S.
                             Raymond’s Homepage</link> and especially
                         his <link xlink:href="http://www.catb.org/esr/writings/cathedral-bazaar/">the
-                            <emphasis>Cathedral and the Bazzar</emphasis> series</link> and his
+                            <emphasis>Cathedral and the Bazaar</emphasis> series</link> and his
                         <link xlink:href="http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/hacker-howto.html">“How
                             to become a Hacker”</link> document.
                     </para>
 
             </section>
 
-            <section xml:id="conditions--payed-vacation">
+            <section xml:id="conditions--paid-vacation">
 
                 <info>
                     <title>A Lot of Paid Vacation</title>
                 </listitem>
                 <listitem>
                     <para>
-                        Work on open-soure software or their own personal
+                        Work on open-source software or their own personal
                         projects.
                     </para>
                 </listitem>
                         Ayn Rand’s Objectivism, Neo-Tech is the best idea-system
                         I’ve encountered yet. Note that it is easy to both
                         dismiss Neo-Tech as a stupid cult, or to hugely
-                        mis-understand it at first. So when reading Neo-Tech
+                        misunderstand it at first. So when reading Neo-Tech
                         go over the material (preferably without skipping, but
                         possibly while taking breaks), and then let it sink
                         for a while.
                     I was instructed to write a mail-processing framework
                     in PHP. Now since I know and love Perl, I know there
                     are many fine modules for doing that on <link xlink:href="http://perl-begin.org/topics/cpan/">CPAN (= The
-                        Comprensive Perl Archive Network)</link>, but there
+                        Comprehensive Perl Archive Network)</link>, but there
                     was little of substantial quality for PHP. At a certain
                     time I needed to register at a site, to download the
                     latest version of a PHP library, that was open-source

File lib/docbook/5/xml/usability-of-perl-world-for-newcomers.xml

                     </para>
                     <para>
                         Most of us, however, are trying to make the best use
-                        of our time, including getting the bills payed or
+                        of our time, including getting the bills paid or
                         contributing to free software. As such, our time is
                         precious enough so a substantial amount of it that is
                         used to help a less capable peer will cost money. It

File lib/hunspell/whitelist1.txt

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 This page got <a
 href="http://www.reddit.com/r/programming/info/6p9rd/comments/">posted
 to reddit</a> by a fellow software enthusiast whom I referred to it and
-which he liked. I did not intend to publicse this particular draft, but
-I’m OK with it publicisied as is and would just work on the second revision
+which he liked. I did not intend to publicise this particular draft, but
+I’m OK with it publicised as is and would just work on the second revision
 now which will be better publicised.
 </p>