Mistape or feature in documentation?

On the documentation page
http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/reference/api/search/sort/

I found:

  1. Sore mode example usage
    "sore" - does it mean sick/ill/invalid ? or it is mistape from "Sort" ?

  2. example bellow the field price

"bellow" - does it mean roar/how/scream ? or it is mistape from "below" ?

The "common sense" say that all these are mistapes... But the other sense
is interest - may it be special trick to make emphasis?

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They were all subliminal messages! But now you've ruined it by talking
about it! Have you never seen Fight Club???

fixed, thanks :slight_smile:

clint

On 16 May 2013 09:26, Alexey Pyankov a.m.pyankov@gmail.com wrote:

On the documentation page
http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/reference/api/search/sort/

I found:

  1. Sore mode example usage
    "sore" - does it mean sick/ill/invalid ? or it is mistape from "Sort" ?

  2. example bellow the field price

"bellow" - does it mean roar/how/scream ? or it is mistape from "below" ?

The "common sense" say that all these are mistapes... But the other sense
is interest - may it be special trick to make emphasis?

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The first rule of Fight Club is .. oops!

On the subject of typos and misspellings, but term is not mistape but typo
or mistype[d] (depending on context, but the former in your usage).

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On Thu, May 16, 2013 at 2:34 AM, Clinton Gormley clint@traveljury.comwrote:

They were all subliminal messages! But now you've ruined it by talking
about it! Have you never seen Fight Club???

fixed, thanks :slight_smile:

clint

On 16 May 2013 09:26, Alexey Pyankov a.m.pyankov@gmail.com wrote:

On the documentation page
http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/reference/api/search/sort/

I found:

  1. Sore mode example usage
    "sore" - does it mean sick/ill/invalid ? or it is mistape from "Sort" ?

  2. example bellow the field price

"bellow" - does it mean roar/how/scream ? or it is mistape from "below" ?

The "common sense" say that all these are mistapes... But the other sense
is interest - may it be special trick to make emphasis?

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