We don't need to say things twice; say things twice.
Remove the extraneous "traditional". Make the part where we say that the
process is automated bold. That's the inportant bit.
diff --git a/content/en_index.php b/content/en_index.php
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of merit (generally a record of high-quality contribution to a project) and a successful
<a href="/projects/handbook#elections-committer">committer election</a>.</p>
<p>The specific agreements required depends on the nature of the project. For committers on an open source
- <em>software</em> project (i.e., most Eclipse Foundation projects), the traditional
+ <em>software</em> project (i.e., most Eclipse Foundation projects), the
<a href="https://www.eclipse.org/projects/handbook/#paperwork-documents">traditional agreements</a> are required.
For committers on an open source <em>specification</em> project, additional
<a href="https://www.eclipse.org/projects/handbook/#specifications-agreements">working group agreements</a> are required.</p>
<p>Committer status is assigned on a project-by-project basis. That is, individuals have committer rights only
on those projects for which they hold committer status. For all other projects, they are contributors.</p>
- <p>Our committer provisioning process is automated: new committers will—following their successful
+ <p><strong>Our committer provisioning process is automated</strong>: new committers will—following their successful
election—be contacted by email to engage in our <em>agreement workflow</em> (also referred to as our
<a href="https://www.eclipse.org/projects/handbook/#paperwork">paperwork process</a>), which guides
them through signing those agreements that they need. The agreements are provided below for convenience.</p>