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On 28/02/2011 06:56, Marc Paré wrote:
Le 2011-02-27 22:33, Daniel Gonzalez a écrit :
Hi Guys,

I wanted to propose to reconsider the preparation of the DVD for the
countries of Central America and South America.

I think the best way would be to build a DVD that includes
Spanish-speaking countries or (LatinoAmerica which includes the
Portuguese of Brazil). You can see here a list of all the countries to
which I refer + Brazil if you decide to be LatinAmerica.

And if we continue the Americas DVD then we should integrate languages
like French, Portuguese English and Spanish as they are the 4 languages
that dominate the region. (No divide in North America, Central America
or South America)

What they do not agree to exclude a language is as important as a DVD
Portugues Americas as I understand you want to do so far, in this case
would have to It excludes the French language in Canada and I think that
it is not you want.

In any case, I apologize for my insistence on these issues that I think
are often important.


Hi Daniel:

I think you wanted to post this in the US Marketing list? I will answer
you on the US Marketing list.

What I don't understand is why currently there is 2 DVD in US including French, 1 in French and another in preparation by the German group that will be international. May be it would be more effective to work on the one that will be international or at least not duplicate the work.

My offer to help is still available, however as already said, I'm not going to proofread Google, and I don't think the French group would like and have time to duplicate the work 3 times.

Kind regards
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