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On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 6:45 PM, Paulo de Souza Lima <


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Howdy Friedrich, et al

 On Tue, 2011-03-22 at 21:54 +0100, Friedrich Strohmaier wrote:


Adding pt-br, given the activity level, would make sense IMO, but the
branding of the application I suppose causes an issue here.

What do you mean? Because of "BrOffice"? I don't think so... We are trying
to leave that branding and assume LibreOffice these days. In fact, we've
decided it 2 days ago.

By the way, our media is almost done. Just few more details remaining...
I really didn't understand (yet) how it could fit to the European or North
American contexts. In my point of view, a PT/PT-BR/ES media makes more
sense. But, despite my personal opinion, we're in the international media
project for sure.

One thing that's concerning me is the deadline. is there any?

I sure hope not.

We are actualy
translating "Getting Started with LibreOffice" to PT-BR in order to include
it into the media. But, if there's a deadline for this project, maybe we
do that or not. And, if we can't, some parts of that document will be in
and others in PT-BR, or all of it will be in EN (that's not the best
but...) We'd really love if we could include documentation in pt-br.

Another data point: the North American DVD will be transferred in the near
future to

The naming idea is that instead of using locale encoding (pt_BR, en_US,
fr_CA) as the site name, we adopt the community name. It seems this scheme
can accommodate any community disk that wants to build on the SilverStripe
service. The North America disk will have at least three languages (en, es,
fr) You have the same issue, right? Additionally, we can contribute
"upstream" to the international box as well.


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