My name is Giovanni and I'm Paraguayan citizen. I was wondering if someone
already started translating LO to Guarani. If not I would like to start it.
Guarani is Paraguay's second official language. It is spoken by 90% of
Paraguayans. Some areas of the country only speak Guarani (45%). It's the
only country in the Americas that speaks a native language. Even thou the
native indian population in the country is a bit less than 100,000.
Sadly Guarani is seen as a street language, it does not reach professional
status like Spanish or English.
I believe if LibreOffice has a Guarani version it will make a big impact in
the country, specially in rural areas. Now days it's a requirement to know
how to use Office.
Please let me know if there's anything I can do.
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