In \data\d20ogl\srd35\basics\rsrd_equipmods_enhancing.lst, there are various places where I believe the file could be improved.
Small judgement calls:
Electricity damage/electricity damage; Fire damage/fire damage; etc. (standardize capitalization of energy types? (Acid,Cold,Electricity,Fire,Sonic))
capitalize other damage types - Chaotic, Holy, Lawful, Unholy?
"vs." or "vs" (Usually the former, which is more correct, but the latter is in a few places and is more compact.)
As the control undead spell may control(up to 26HD of undead/day) (May control up to 26HD of undead/day as the Control Undead spell)
deals extra 1d6 damage (+1d6 subdual damage)(More like other damage bonuses.)
grants 1 extra attack when full attacking at highest bonus (grants 1 extra attack at highest bonus when full attacking)
deals extra 2d6 damage to target plus 1d6 damage to user (+2d6 damage to target plus 1d6 damage to user)(More like other damage bonuses.)
veers to target negating any miss chance (veers to target negating any miss chance,such as from concealment)(more accurate/less misleading?)
Bigger judgement call:
Standardize the capitalization - large or small - at the start of SPROP 'sentences'?
Easy missing material:
missing SPROP for Invulnerability - "Bestows damage reduction 5/Magic" or such?
Greater Power - Clairvoyance needs an innate spell line
Greater Power - Detect Scrying needs an innate spell line (1/day would be essentially "continuous" as its duration is normally 24 hours)
We should use the source language and format. Exception: Our personal standards do include bringing attention to the items in question with Capitalization.
Energy Types is one of these.
Spell Names - Always Capitals except for the "of" or "from"
e.g. Protection from Evil, Omen of Doom.
Feats - Capitals for the name (use same format as spells)
e.g. Fleet of Foot, Improved Two-Weapon Fighting
Item Names - Follows the Standards
SPROP - If following proper format, should start with a capitalized word.
Replace the missing items. Sounds easy enough.
Just to add, I do like the clearer language, which the source is usually good at doing.
Completed: At revision: 25572