[Doc-SIG] Brazilian Portuguese translation coordinate

Rodrigo Senra rodsenra at gmail.com
Tue Jun 20 14:26:11 EDT 2017

Hi Marco,

I did a translation back in 2001 for Guido's Tutorial, later a group of
people (lead by the amazing Luciano Ramalho) took up the effort.
In this link [1] there is part of the documentation already in Portuguese.
I am no longer involved in that effort, but more information can be found
in here[2].
You can also contact Luciano Ramalho (Cc'ed) in this email, he might be
able to point you to the person actually responsible.
Rod Senra

[1] http://turing.com.br/pydoc/2.7/contents.html
[2] http://python.org.br/traducao

Rodrigo Senra


On Tue, Jun 20, 2017 at 12:38 AM, Marco Rougeth <marco at rougeth.com> wrote:

> Hi Julien,
> Welcome on the mailing list!
> Thank you very much :)
>> You can focus on translating the tutorial and library/functions first as
>> it will be mandatory soon to get the language switcher have your
>> translation [1], and gather the community as you're already doing (how many
>> are you on the telegram group?). Are you aware of any other
>> brasilian/portuguese translation initiative?
> We're 57 members right now. I talk to some older members of the community,
> but none of them were aware of another initiative.
>> You can also create a github repository with your transifex synchronized
>> on it as it will be mandatory to get the build bot building your
>> translation. Don't hesitate to ask on IRC on #python-doc if you need help
>> with the synchronization.
> This repository should be created on my own Github account? I'm just
> entered at #python-doc (still configuring my IRC bouncer/client to stay
> always on).
> Bests,
> Marco.
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