Angolan and Cape Verdean users

Og Maciel og.maciel at gmail.com
Fri Feb 17 07:43:16 GMT 2006


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Hey Matt!

One thing I completely agree with you is that the "base" should be
consistent, no matter how much differences are there.  It would allow
for Angolans, for instance, who don't even have a language pack of their
own, to at least see some translations...  Looking at Breezy stats, I
noticed that pt_PT hasn't been translated to the same extent as pt_BR.
I would like to ask you (or anyone else following this thread) how could
I take whatever has been done for pt_BR and "dump" it into the newly
created pt_AO and pt_CV (maybe even pt_PT?)?  It would give native
speakers a base which can then be further tailored to their specific
dialects, etc.

Cheers,

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Og B. Maciel

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