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trying to give several answers in one e-mail here. ;-)

- The Brazilian Portuguese Planet I was talking about is independent from the PT-BR blog. I thought the former one is still in place, but I was mistaken.

- The letter of Freiburg was not translated simply because a lack of time. It had to be written with a quite tough time window, since the facts became clear only shortly before the official hearing. Although I do see that it is desirable to have a translation in time, I beg your pardon that it's sometimes just not possible, since my day also has only 24 hours. ;-) Luckily, volunteers translated it, that's fantastic!

- Unfortunately, the Planet does not allow sorting of languages, so either, as Sophie and others have proposed, we set up various Planets, or limit the official one to English, or allow several languages in the official Planet. My personal feeling is that it should be English only, but then, that's just my personal feeling and no vetoe in any way.

Since feedback on what to do is rather diverse, I'll wait some more days to see what the community wants. :-)


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