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Hi Florian

Em 06-01-2014 21:36, Florian Effenberger escreveu:

Charles-H. Schulz wrote on 2014-01-06 15:01:

Okay. Well, I'd like to experiment with the first option: multiple
languages on one planet. There are indications that the path we chose
first may have been demotivating for some non-English blogging
authors :-)

I personally feel strongly _against_ such a solution, as having a
zillion of languages mixed in the current planet setup will cause
nothing but confusion. However, this is just my personal take on that,
so - if there are no objections from the community, I won't vetoe.

Guess why whe don't advertise TDF planet among Brazilians and why there
are no entries from Brazilians in TDF planet?

Pushing further, from the TDF planet POV, Brazil does not exist. We are
in the limbo, just as Turks, Slovenians, Argentinians, French, ...

Our Manifesto: We reject

the creeping domination of computer desktops by a single language
forcing people to learn a foreign language before they can express
themselves electronically

Enough said, I guess.

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