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diff --git a/graphics/sane-backends/Makefile b/graphics/sane-backends/Makefile
index 40496eb4a10c..0881642551df 100644
--- a/graphics/sane-backends/Makefile
+++ b/graphics/sane-backends/Makefile
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ CATEGORIES= graphics
MASTER_SITES= https://gitlab.com/sane-project/backends/uploads/c3dd60c9e054b5dee1e7b01a7edc98b0/
MAINTAINER= tobik@FreeBSD.org
-COMMENT= API for access to scanners, digital cameras, frame grabbers, etc
+COMMENT= API for accessing scanners, digital cameras, frame grabbers, etc
diff --git a/graphics/sane-backends/pkg-descr b/graphics/sane-backends/pkg-descr
index 739b1c509752..2e4c46ca2869 100644
--- a/graphics/sane-backends/pkg-descr
+++ b/graphics/sane-backends/pkg-descr
@@ -1,14 +1,5 @@
SANE ("Scanner Access Now Easy") is a universal scanner interface.
-The value of such a universal interface is that it allows writing
-just one driver per image acquisition device rather than one driver
-for each device and application. So, if you have three applications
-and four devices, traditionally you'd have had to write 12 different
-programs. With SANE, this number is reduced to seven: the three
-applications plus the four drivers. Of course, the savings get even
-bigger as more and more drivers and/or applications are added.
-sane-backends contains documentation, several backends, scanimage
-command line frontend, and networking support. For other/graphical
-frontends take a look at sane-frontends and/or xsane.
+This package contains the SANE libraries (this means backends and
+network scanning parts) and the command line frontend scanimage.
WWW: http://www.sane-project.org/