On Wednesday 19 May 2010 08:59:20 am Mike McGrath wrote:
On Wed, 19 May 2010, Rui Gouveia wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've read all the messages in this list concerning the topic "Fedora
> Project em Português". I want to thank all the good suggestions made by
> everyone, specially those made by Paul W. Frields and Rodrigo Padula.
> I want to clarify that I'm a co-coordinator of the Tranlation Portuguese
> Team. Not the leader :).
> I just want to add that we do have a small team for now. So, our
> strategy was to concentrate our efforts on the materials used by the
> non-tec everyday user in his everyday tasks. This excludes, for now,
> many sysadmin and translator stuff. We were forgetting the wiki pages.
> My fault.
> Just recently have we finished the main website , but our translation
> does not appear to us. We receive pt_BR no matter how we configure our
> browser. That's a strange behavior and I already file a bug report 
> I have checked all the "*pt*" pages in the wiki, and there's a lot os
> stuff in "Pt_BR" (congrats guys) and not so much in "Pt": one
> one to review and one to delete.
> Taking in consideration that Transifex and the websites already use the
> "pt" form, if nobody objects, I choose this format, as suggested by
> I will add "[[Category:pt]]" to all the pages reviewed and created.
> Is this acceptable?
it's fine with us on Infrastructure, that might be more of a
fedora-websites question though. I've created categories in the past
without asking anyone so I think its probably fine.
the only comment id make is that it should be pt_PT to follow the normal
convention used in all other areas
same as en_AU en_US en_GB etc
and es_ES es_AR es_MX etc