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Shlomi Fish  committed bf3039e

Spell checked the interviews.

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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#open-source/index\.html#' |
+    perl -lne 'print if 1..m#open-source/interviews/sussman#' |
     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/hunspell/whitelist1.txt

 XMMS
 XT
 youtube-dl
+
+====dest/t2-homepage/open-source/interviews/adrian-ettlinger.html,dest/t2-homepage/open-source/interviews/index.html,dest/t2-homepage/open-source/interviews/sussman.html
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File lib/screenplay-xml/txt/ae-interview.txt

 
 S.F.: What was AniMap about?
 
-A.E.: Thought you’d ask. I’d always had an interest in historical geography. A colleague at the startup happened to show me Windows Paintbrush, and I thought it was marvelous how one could draw on a computer screen. Immediately I saw a possibility for realizing a long-held dream. I like historical atlases that show sequences of maps of how things change through time (like political boundaries). I often had used to wish that I could look at a page and see a map change before my eyes. And now there was a way to do this on a computer screen. So my hobby became developing software, initially, to show an animated presentation of the territorial growth of the US.
+A.E.: Thought you’d ask. I’d always had an interest in historical geography. A colleague at the startup happened to show me Windows Paintbrush, and I thought it was marvellous how one could draw on a computer screen. Immediately I saw a possibility for realizing a long-held dream. I like historical atlases that show sequences of maps of how things change through time (like political boundaries). I often had used to wish that I could look at a page and see a map change before my eyes. And now there was a way to do this on a computer screen. So my hobby became developing software, initially, to show an animated presentation of the territorial growth of the US.
 
 S.F.: And how did it continue from there?
 

File lib/screenplay-xml/txt/sussman-interview.txt

 
 Ben C-S: Then I went off to college, and continued to write little toy programs
 in C for fun. My summers in college, I worked for the US Dept of Energy as an
-assistant to a professor who was simultating global climate changes on
+assistant to a professor who was simulating global climate changes on
 massively parallel supercomputers. That’s how I learned Unix.
 
 +++: I remember in the summer of 1991, Karl Fogel and I were temporary roommates.
 
 Ben C-S: I think they’re everything. I think the reason svn is successful as a project
 is because of Karl Fogel’s ability to be a good leader. I can point to other
-projects that have excellent technology, but failed to “coelesce” as a
+projects that have excellent technology, but failed to “coalesce” as a
 community, because of bad leadership.
 
 +++: Having good technology doesn’t mean you automatically get a community. You
 
 S.F.: What is your favourite band?
 
-Ben C-S: Hmmmm, Led Zepplin, probably. Hard to say. I also love Ben Folds
+Ben C-S: Hmmmm, Led Zeppelin, probably. Hard to say. I also love Ben Folds
 quite a bit too, as well as Indigo Girls, Phish, Radiohead.
 
 S.F.: What is your favourite foreign (non English/American) band?
 Ben C-S: Absolutely... most of the nice Gnome/KDE applets, for example, make
 assumptions about Linux device drivers.
 
-S.F.: At the moment, you are being forced to use RedHat Linux, so the
-CollabNet core team’s development environments will be more homogenous.
+S.F.: At the moment, you are being forced to use Red Hat Linux, so the
+CollabNet core team’s development environments will be more homogeneous.
 (If I
 understood that correctly) Do you enjoy the experience?
 
-Ben C-S: No, I’m not forced at all. I chose to use Redhat because it was a
+Ben C-S: No, I’m not forced at all. I chose to use Red Hat because it was a
 nicer desktop system, plain and simple.
 
 S.F.: Do you think the fact that most Subversion hackers are UNIX-enthusiasts, is