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If you have an improvement suggestion or just spot a typo that we should fix then you can either just raise a ticket in the relevasnt repository (every specification home page has an “issues list” link). Or, if you are a little more experienced with github, you can fork the repository, make you proposed changes, and send us a pull request. You need your own personal Github account to do that - but it’s easy and free to create one.
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