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2011/8/10 David Emmerich Jourdain <>


2011/8/10 Tom Davies <>

Hi :)
It might be possible for a team of people or even an individual that
English to choose someone that does speak English to translate between
team and the English, perhaps more than one person.
Regards from
Tom :)

I agree with all the notes given by all. Except this one.

So, as Paulo already have manifested in the brasilian lists and in the
international lists, it's delicate to have people who communicate through
other, and that would happen here with this idea. Whether in Brazil or in
any country.

I agree that English can be a barrier in Brazil, as in other countries. But
let middlemen emerge can create filters. And I'm not saying this just
thinking about Brazil. After all, as I said, other countries are also
experiencing this problem, you may be right.

So, I think that the marketing list really should think about that idea, to
have more contributors or "Mitarbeiter", but I think that everybody on this
list need to communicate in English. Without intermediaries, without


Well, we have to make clear that we are talking about verbal communications
only, not all communications. Marketing lists and others are open and I
don't think marketing team will discuss anything "hidden" verbally. So, only
in this case, I am about to agree with those "proxys", once what will be
discussed in phone or personal meetings will be discussed in marketing lists

What do you think?



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