Minor awkward wording on website about lock expiration/expiry

Regarding: World Hub website/DevMode/Airport/Other World Hub website

Frequency: Once/Rarely/Frequently/Consistently Consistently

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Bug description:
The phrase “Lock expire” is awkward and grammatically incorrect.

I expect the word “expire” to be one of the following three words:

Expected Word Comment
“expires” If I had to choose one of the three, this is the one I would choose, because I don’t believe that this belongs to any country
“expiration” American English
“expiry” British English (and maybe Aussie and Kiwi, as well?)

The SDK documentation uses a combination of British and American English (probably a result of different authors writing different parts), so any of the above three words would work fine. However, again, my preference is for “expires” because as far as I’m aware, that word choice is country-agnostic. (Please correct me if I’m wrong, Interwebs.)

Repro steps:

  1. Log into the World Hub website.
  2. Visit an airport and check it out.
  3. Read the lock message that appears.

Expected result:

The lock message says:

{username} checked out this airport on {date}. Lock expires: {date}.

(Note: It could also say “Lock expiration:” or “Lock expiry:”. But my preference is “Lock expires:”. See discussion above, in the bug description.)

Observed result:

The lock message says:

{username} checked out this airport on {date}. Lock expire: {date}.

Lock expire