Hi Rictec and others.
Very interesting this idea of having only one Portuguese version. But allow
me to ask, the agreement defines that Portuguese in Brazil and in Portugal
(yes, I know that other portuguese language countries signed that too) are
going to have the exact same "words"? Like, on windows, the FILE menu in
pt-br is Arquivo and in pt is Ficheiro, right? With the agreement, they are
gonna be just one?
Sorry for this off topic here.
Regards to all,
On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 9:32 PM, Rictec <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
i welcome this move also its a very necessary move that i was waiting
for so long.
thank for doing it it will help Libreoffice grow independently.
as Pedro is saying he can translate to Portuguese i send him this link
maybe using it will prevent from having a pt and a br language version.
for the non Portuguese speakers this is a program that implements the
portuguese language agreement it will be mandatory soon on all
portuguese public sector i think.
Qui, 2010-09-30 às 20:51 -0300, Pedro Corá escreveu:
My name is Pedro and I`m writing to offer my help to build this amazing
I currently work as a support engineer at Atlassian and I could help wi
translations (I`m brazilian, so I can translate to portuguese), help wi
documentations and with IT infrastructure if necessary.
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