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2011/6/16 Marc Paré <>

Le 2011-06-15 14:06, Renata Marques a écrit :

Hi Marc, Simos, all,

I take a look in the wiki page and it looks good.
I've added the lang bar in our wiki. Maybe the page should be moved too
(something like marketing/magazine/pt-br, perhaps).
I will resume the production flow of Revista BrOffice in a graphic then I
share it here. This flow is something I would like to have done for a long
time, but I always have put off. So now I'm doing that.
However, the steps are described in this page:



Hi Renata et al

I was just thinking about the organization of the pages on the wiki. If we
are going to make a real effort to publish an "International LibreOffice
Magazine", then, as Renata suggests, we should try to organize the structure
properly. Therefore, I would like to propose the following:

* we move the /PT-BR/Revista/ pages (with all sub-pages) to the marketing
section. So, instead of finding the pages on, we would move all of
the pages listed with Revista to

* there should be a language bar on all of the /PT-BR/Revista/ (and all
sub-pages) with the {{OrigLang|}} being PT-BR. This will set the original
language of this section as PT-BR.
* we will add an link on the main Marketing wiki page to the "International
LibreOffice Magazine" pages[1]. Explanation: it was agreed from the very
start of the TDF/LibreOffice that the working language of LibreOffice would
be "International English". This allows a common language for all groups to
be able to participate in all aspects of the TDF/LibreOffice.

This way the LibreOffice Magazine Brasil can continue to expand their
section as they wish and the other interested NL groups will be able to do
their translations of these pages.

At least now the placement of the Magazine pages will make more sense in
the "Marketing" section.

How does this sound?

It seems fine, for me. But this will cause some extra work, because we'll
need to copy our contens twice, 1 move to the Marketing section; 2 rebuild
PT-BR Magazine section under the Marketing section. am I wrong?

Another issue: Brazilian people used to know our direction is If we *move* this section to
Marketing/Magazine, translate them to English and then rebuild the PT-BR
pages, what will happen when someone try that URL? Won't he/her to an
International page instead a Brazilian page? This could cause some kind of
confusion, don't you think?




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