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Re: [tdf-discuss] Hi there


I'm not totally aware of the agreement, but if thats correct, LibreOffice
will need to have 2 portuguese versions. pt-br and pt.

Anyway, can anyone tell me how this is gonna happend? And if I can help? No
one told me that yet.

Regards,

Pedro Corá
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On Fri, Oct 1, 2010 at 1:13 PM, csolisr@gmail.com <csolisr@gmail.com> wrote
:

As far as I'm concerned, the agreement is only for orthography, not for
vocabulary. It's also similar to what happens with Spanish (Spain vs.
Latin-America) and English (England vs. US).
- Carlos Solís


2010/9/30 Pedro Corá <pedroc@gmail.com>

Hi Rictec and others.

Very interesting this idea of having only one Portuguese version. But a
ll
ow
me to ask, the agreement defines that Portuguese in Brazil and in Portu
ga
l
(yes, I know that other portuguese language countries signed that too)
ar
e
going to have the exact same "words"? Like, on windows, the FILE menu i
n
pt-br is Arquivo and in pt is Ficheiro, right? With the agreement, they
 a
re
gonna be just one?

Sorry for this off topic here.

Regards to all,

Pedro Corá
--
pedroc@gmail.com :-)
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On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 9:32 PM, Rictec <rictec@netcabo.pt> wrote:

Hi people
i welcome this  move also its a very necessary move that i was waitin
g
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 lin
k
maybe using it will prevent from having a pt and a br language versio
n.
http://www.portaldalinguaportuguesa.org/?actionlince

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.

Rictec

Qui, 2010-09-30 às 20:51 -0300, Pedro Corá escreveu:
Hello,

My name is Pedro and I`m writing to offer my help to build this ama
zi
ng
project.

I currently work as a support engineer at Atlassian and I could hel
p
wi
th
translations (I`m brazilian, so I can translate to portuguese), hel
p
wi
th
documentations and with IT infrastructure if necessary.

Regards,

Pedro Corá
--
pedroc@gmail.com :-)
*facebook.com/pcora821*
*flickr.com/pedro*



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