This task represents the work involved with making sure the language people encounter on talk pages is discussion-specific, wherever possible.
An example of "discussion-specific" language would be changing the dialog that is presented to people when they attempt to discard a comment they've started writing in the Reply tool to refer to what they are doing as publishing a "comment" vs. saving an "edit".
We are saying "wherever possible" because there are some instances where the discussion-specific language would be limiting and potentially confusing.
An example of the above case: were the abandon edit dialogs that are presented in the full page editing interface to change from "edit" language to more specific "commenting" or "starting a new discussion" language. Reason: we think the language being specific in this context could create a mismatch between the action someone is taking (e.g. correct a typo) and the dialog they are seeing (e.g. "Are you sure you want to discard the comment you drafted?") and thus lead them to become confused.