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Re: FAQ is online

One example :)

pt and pt_BR.

Both are Portuguese but one is Portugal Portuguese, the other is
Brazilian Portuguese. The locale is made of language and region, not
just language. As the fedora translation community grows, I imagine
people would like to see localisation occur in a more defined way, hence
I used "locale" instead of "language". The locale without the region
code is the default locale for that language.


On Tue, 2004-08-31 at 12:12, Josep Puigdemont wrote:
> On dt, 2004-08-31 at 02:16, Sarah Wang wrote:
> > I have put the first draft of Fedora Translation Project FAQ on the
> > website: 
> > http://fedora.redhat.com/participate/translation-faq/
> Not that it is very important, but... it just surprised me to read
> "locale" instead of "language" in the FAQ, like in:
> "Q: How can request to have a mailing list set up for my locale?"
> Shouldn't it be "language"? I guess that in the Arabic list there are
> people from many different countries, all with different locales, no?
> regards,
> Josep
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