This is the second blog post in a series examining Drupal 6 core contributor user experience improvements. Improving the user experience in Drupal is one of the biggest challenges the Drupal community faces, mostly due to a competitive pressure best described as The Ockham's Razor Principle of Content Management Systems. From a contribution standpoint, the most user experience improvements come in the form of information based improvements. I further categorize information improvements as terminology, consistency, grammar, information presentation, and walls of text. Some of them are improvements in information presented during installation or updating. Others are in information that is statically presented in administration interfaces, or dynamically presented information.