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Re: Translating some specs into Portuguese (Brazil)

From: Coralie Mercier <coralie@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 16 May 2008 19:23:01 +0200
To: "Reginaldo Coimbra Vieira" <recovieira@gmail.com>, w3c-translators@w3.org
Message-ID: <op.ua9bwn1msvvqwp@phoenix.local>

Hello Reginaldo

Thank you for writing.

Have you read the W3C Translations home page?
The advice on what to translate is at

You may also very well use the Translations database advancee search form  
to read the drop-down menus (arranged by categories such as  
"Recommendations", "FAQs and Tutorials" etc. to find documents that are of  
interest for you to translate.

If you are new to the Translations process, I recommend you look at the  
tips and advice summarized at

Best regards,

On Wed, 30 Apr 2008 15:06:01 +0200, Reginaldo Coimbra Vieira  
<recovieira@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello!
> I'd like to translate some specs which are written in english to  
> portuguese
> (Brazil) - my mother language.
> My intention is to translate any specs, since it's the next generation of
> use.
> I have more interest in translating some content about JavaScript, CSS or
> HTML. Which one of them you suggest me to do? But if it's necessary I
> translate some other spec, then I'm not going to worry about.
> Since now I'd like to tell you I'll do that work when I have available  
> time
> for.
> Best Regards
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> Reginaldo Coimbra Vieira (Brazil)
> recovieira@gmail.com / recovieira@hotmail.com
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------

Coralie Mercier      W3C Communications Team      mailto:coralie@w3.org
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