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Στις 16/08/2011 12:46 μμ, ο/η Florian Effenberger έγραψε:
Hi, wrote on 2011-08-16 02:51:
In practical terms, require all who wish to contribute are fluent in
seems rather elitist. I'm not ashamed to admit that my English is
awful when
you need to talk. But I am reassured when I need to read or translate
any text
in English or even write. Here in Brazil we have several people with
in English, which can be "filters". I trust these people!! And I
think it's
past time to treat Brazil as a trouble spot. Things have worked very
I agree with Florian when he says that leave this decision to the local
community and would like to apply for this job I've always done since
days of

let me make it a bit clear.

I consider it *crucial* that at least one of each local representative
speak English fluently. If we have only local representatives not
capable of speaking English, communicating with these groups will be a
real problem. So, at least one fluent English speaker per group to me
is really *mandatory*.

She or he can, of course, then act for the others as "gatway".

In a nutshell: From the project's side of view, I would require one
English speaking contact, and would leave the rest up to the local

Does that sound like a senseful compromise?


To me it sounds about the most reasonable and sensible thing to do!

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