Commit 5ff2c76b authored by Tristan Seligmann's avatar Tristan Seligmann

Make some additional description fixes.

parent 05f72101
......@@ -2,6 +2,8 @@ electrum (1.9.8-3) UNRELEASED; urgency=medium
* Backport upstream change to use PROTOCOL_SSL23 instead of
PROTOCOL_SSL3 which was removed in python 2.7.8-12.
* Make some additional description fixes.
- Thanks to Carlo Stemberger this time.
-- Tristan Seligmann <mithrandi@debian.org> Sun, 23 Nov 2014 09:55:10 +0200
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......@@ -26,14 +26,14 @@ Architecture: all
Depends: ${misc:Depends},
${python:Depends},
${cdbs:Depends}
Description: Easy to use bitcoin client - Python module
Description: Easy to use Bitcoin client - Python module
This package provides a lightweight Bitcoin client which protects
you from losing your bitcoins in a backup mistake or computer
failure. Also, Electrum does not require waiting time because it does
not download the Bitcoin blockchain.
.
This package provides electrum Python module which can be used to
access bitcoin wallet from Python programs.
This package provides the "electrum" Python module which can be used to access
a Bitcoin wallet from Python programs.
Package: electrum
Architecture: all
......@@ -54,7 +54,7 @@ Description: Easy to use bitcoin client
* Safe: Your seed and private keys are encrypted on your hard drive.
They are never sent to the servers.
* Low trust: Information received from the servers is verified using
SPV. Servers are authenticated using SSL
SPV. Servers are authenticated using SSL.
* No downtimes: Your client is not tied to a particular server; it
will switch instantly if your server is down.
* Ubiquitous: You can use the same wallet on different computers, they
......@@ -63,5 +63,5 @@ Description: Easy to use bitcoin client
offline. Broadcast them using a machine that does not have your keys.
* Reachable: You can export your private keys into other Bitcoin
clients.
* Established: Electrum is open source and was first released in
November 2011.
* Established: Electrum is open source and was first released in
November 2011.
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