Re: Language aggregation in www.d.o/intl/l10n
Em Mon, 26 May 2003 18:05:18 +0000 (UTC), email@example.com (Bruno Rodrigues) escreveu:
> I'm portuguese from Portugal.
> I'm not asking to unify Portuguese (pt) and Brasilian (pt_BR). I'm just
> asking to not have pt_PT language, as it is the same as pt.
> I've asked once in irc and people from Brazil agreed that we could
> settle for pt and pt_BR. There's no need for pt_PT.
I'm from the pt_BR team and since I became part of the team we use
the -portuguese stuff. That's wrong, I think, we should be using
-brazillian, to leave -portuguese for pt_PT people.
About the potfiles:
pt_BR is OK to us... but are you talking about the webpage translation?
There's pt_BR only, for that, and we use 'pt'... do you think it is time
to split that? Is there any portuguese-from-Portugal speakers willing?
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