Tanja Roth

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Driven by an interest in both language and technology, Tanja has been working as a technical writer in mechanical engineering, medical technology, and IT for many years. She joined SUSE in 2005 and contributes to a wide range of product and project documentation, including High Availability and Cloud topics. She appreciates working with people from different backgrounds and from around the globe.

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Thank you for your comments! I fully agree that multiple entry points are important and that using indexes and headings wisely is always a good idea.

Regarding your second point: The original sentence for the 'foo bar' example is:
Encrypt the password using 'grub2-mkpasswd-pbkdf2'.

You can find more concrete examples in the slides that accompanied my talk at the Open Source Summit (including the exercise of re-writing a piece of documentation that was taken actually taken from a real-world example): https://schd.ws/hosted_files/osseu17/7a/Tech_Writing_OS_Summit_2017-10-…