For quite some time, NetBSD has been using a unique feature to improve
its documentation now: the wizd.
It closely scans all changes to documentation of
the NetBSD operating system, and corrects spelling errors, usage
problems with mdoc(7) macros, and other typographical errors in man pages.
wizd(8) is usually invoked automatically by every CVS commit, but can
be interfaced manually too.
Check out the manpage
for more information!
[Tags: software, wizd]