Paul W. Frields
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Wed May 12 12:23:12 UTC 2010
On Wed, May 12, 2010 at 12:52:59PM +0100, Nelson Marques wrote:
> As mentioned before, the Portuguese displayed on that web page is not
> correct. https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Pt
> I've prepared a small version in fluent Portuguese pt_PT available at:
> in which I've tried to follow the model made by a spanish contributor
> on: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Es
> I've runned the page through the trans-pt list. If we have approval from
> translation list that it complies with normalized Portuguese, can I
> replace it and delete the alternative?
> This brings up another question. We have a few more pages to enter
> onishe the wiki in Portuguese, being one of them the trans-pt team page.
> Where can we start differentiation on documentation on the wiki ? Could
> we establish something like: http://fedoraproject.org/pt/ as the root
> for the content entered in Portuguese by Portuguese contributors? Lets
The wiki is under /wiki/, these URLs are for the main website only,
which already has both pt/ and pt_BR/ variants from what I can see.
> What are the guidelines for this? I apologize if this is not from the
> nature of this list, but considering we Marketing support the the
> efforts to grow our user base, this seems to be a very valid question
> for this list as it would for sure qualify as strategical marketing.
> Looking forward for instructions.
I would prefer to see this decision made by consensus of the pt_PT and
pt_BR translation teams. One way I think we could solve it easily:
* Put all content for Portuguese under pt_PT/. The main page on the wiki
would be: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/pt_PT/
* On that page, have a note at the top that indicates (in pt_BR): "If
you're looking for pt_BR, refer to
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/pt_BR" and make sure that page exists.
* Similarly, on the http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/pt_BR page, indicate
(in pt_PT): "If you're looking fro pt_PT, refer to
* If needed, have a http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/pt page that points
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