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Hi Paulo, *,

Paulo de Souza Lima schrieb:

2011/3/22 drew <>
 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.

One more "cool!" from my side :o))

By the way, our media is almost done. Just few more details
remaining... But 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.

another: "cool!" :o))

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

We are at the very beginning of this (international) project[1] -
sometimes dead but no line :o)))
So entering the boat now, means beeing member of the steering crew. 

[1] but we aren't in providing ISO files for LibO/OOo, which we do for
about 5 years now for german language area - bringing in all experience
collected meanwhile.

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 can do that or not. And, if we can't, some
parts of that document will be in EN, and others in PT-BR, or all of
it will be in EN (that's not the best choice, but...) We'd really love
if we could include documentation in pt-br.

As said: no deadline - rather concerns about surviving first days after
birth :o)).

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