[haiku-i18n-pt] Re: [haiku-i18n] Re: Brazilian portuguese translation

  • From: Adriano Araújo Duarte <dhryko@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: Haiku Translation <haiku-i18n@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 8 Sep 2012 13:20:02 +0000

Hi, Humdinger!
I received the permissions to write the pt_br wiki pages and I did some changes 
there. Thanks!
About the accounts to User Guide translator, see below:

1) Login: Sri_Dhryko
E-mail: dhryko@xxxxxxxxxxx

2) Login: NadilsonSantana
E-mail: nadilson8@xxxxxxxxx

3) Login: beyraq
E-mail: beyraq@xxxxxx

4) Login: tiagoms
E-mail: tiagoms88@xxxxxxxxx

It's difficult to meet everybody online to hold the vote to choice the Language 
Now, I have 2 votes... 50% ;D


> To: haiku-i18n@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [haiku-i18n] Re: Brazilian portuguese translation
> From: humdingerb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Sat, 8 Sep 2012 10:07:15 +0200
> Hi Adriano!
> On Fri, 7 Sep 2012 17:16:04 +0000 Adriano Araújo Duarte wrote:
>> Hi, Humdinger!I don't know what happens, I'm using Hotmail Webmail to
>> reply.
>> Few days ago the messages seems ok, with linebreaks, but now they're
>> confused...I receive copies of my messages and they appear normal.But
>> if I see
>> the message through the FreeList archive, it appear without
>> linebreaks.I'm
>> using HTML format. Need anything else?
> Sorry, no idea. Besides using Haiku's Mail app... :)
>>> The list is now ready for subscription at
>>> //www.freelists.org/list/haiku-i18n-pt_br
>>> (Mind the lower-case "br" in that URL...)
>> Ok, thank you!
> There have been a few bounced mails for the pt_br list. Before posting,
> people have to subscribe to the list (see above URL). At the moment
> nobody is subscribed, so posting messages makes no sense as there's
> nobody there to read it yet. :)
>> It's better "Português (Brazil)", like Rimas did.
> OK, I've put it like that at the tanslation site. The English version
> is still "Brazilian" as that gives narrower columns at that translation
> tool.
> As I said, provide me with a list of login names and their email
> addresses and I can create the accounts.
> Matt has given you write permissions for the wiki, so you should be all
> set there.
> Regards,
> Humdinger
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