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Update README file

Carsten Dominik 9 years ago
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@@ -35,14 +35,15 @@ development.
    By requesting push access, you acknowledge that you have read
    and agreed with the following rules:
 
-   - Org-mode is part of Emacs.  Therefore we need to be very
+   - Org-mode is part of Emacs.  Therefore, we need to be very
      conscious about changes moving into the Org-mode core.
      These can originate only from people who have signed the
      appropriate papers with the Free Software Foundation.  The
      files to which this applies are:
 
-     - all *.el files in the root directory of the repository
-     - org.texi, orgcard.tex, and ChangeLog.
+     - all *.el files in the lisp directory of the repository
+     - org.texi, orgcard.tex in the doc directory
+     - the corresponding ChangeLog files
 
    - Before making any significant changes, please explain and
      discuss them on the mailing list emacs-orgmode@gnu.org.
@@ -58,32 +59,27 @@ development.
      the change you made in the ChangeLog buffer/file.
 
    - Among other things, Org-mode is widely appreciated because
-     if its simplicity, cleanness and consistency.  We should try
+     of its simplicity, cleanness and consistency.  We should try
      hard to preserve this and I would like to ask everyone to
      keep this in mind when developing changes.
 
 
-* The CONTRIB directory
+* The contrib directory
 
-The git repository contains a CONTRIB directory.  This directory
+The git repository contains a contrib directory.  This directory
 is the playing field for any developer, also people who have not
 (yet) signed the papers with the FSF.  You are free to add files
 to this directory, implementing extensions, new link types etc.
 Also non-Lisp extensions like scripts to process Org-mode files
 in different ways are welcome in this directory.  You should
 provide documentation with your extensions, at least in the form
-of commentary in the file.  Please discuss your extensions on
-emacs-orgmode@gnu.org.
+of commentary in the file, better on worg.  Please discuss your
+extensions on emacs-orgmode@gnu.org.
 
-The CONTRIB directory will be part of the Org-mode distribution
-starting with version 5.21.  When that happens, people who want
-to use extensions will have to make sure their search path
-(executable or Lisp) includes the relevant directories.
-
-After files have been tested in CONTRIB and found to be generally
+After files have been tested in contrib and found to be generally
 useful, we may decide to clarify copyright questions and then
 move the file into the Org-mode core.  This means they will be
 moved up to the root directory and will also eventually be added
-to Emacs CVS tree.  The final decision about this rests with the
-maintainer.
+to Emacs bzr repository.  The final decision about this rests
+with the maintainer.