The main introduction text isn't cool enough

Bug #627725 reported by Dylan McCall on 2010-09-01
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harvest
Wishlist
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Bug Description

Right now the main introduction text reads as follows:
> Harvest makes it easy to find low-hanging opportunities
> in Ubuntu. It aggregates the mass of todo lists we use
> every day so it's simple to find and coordinate work.

It's important that we keep this short, but right now it tries to maintain the very cool, very friendly low-hanging fruit metaphor but it only does it in a technical way. The warm excitement of the idea is lost; we just, technically, use half of the words from it.
Instead of being simple and self-explanatory, the first sentence seems to amble a lot and spends too many words explaining itself. In short, this could be a lot snappier and more exciting while still making sense :)

Daniel's suggestion:
> Harvest helps you finding “low-hanging fruit” in terms
> of Ubuntu development. Its goal is to aggregate
> opportunities from the mass of todo lists we use every
> day so it's simple to find and coordinate work.

Changed in harvest:
importance: Undecided → Wishlist
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