Translation team for Portuguese
The Portuguese translation team uses
pt as its language code. This code is part of the Portuguese PO file names. It is also sometimes used as a short identification for the team.
The team uses firstname.lastname@example.org as official email address, which reaches either a mailing list or someone who broadcasts information to all other team members.
Luís Oliveira currently acts as the team leader, and you may write to him or her for all matters related to team coordination.
If you've found a translation error in one of the PO files listed below, please report it to the above email address.
Team members expressed a preference towards using the
UTF-8 charset. You may want to consider using it whenever you send email to the team list or members, or if you produce any translation file meant for this team.
You can get more information about the Portuguese effort here:
|Mailing list info||https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/translation-team-pt|
The Portuguese team currently consists of the following translators:
|Alexandre Folle de Menezes||yes||-|
|Pedro de Carvalho||yes||plain|
|José Ramom Flores d'as Seixas||yes||-|
|Pedro Miguel Marques Morais||yes||-|
|Sérgio Alexandre Ferreira||yes||-|
The Autosend column is for translators who want the PO file sent to them when a new POT file is added to the project -- they don't want to fetch the PO file themselves, but wish to receive it together with the notice. Just ask if you want this service for yourself.
Here is the current list of assignments of textual domains to translators, as known to the Translation Project registry. The robot relies on this information for directly accepting submissions from translators. The domains with a pinkish background require that the translator has filled out a disclaimer; those with a greenish background are freely translatable. If you find some error or omission on this page, please write to Luís Oliveira to get it corrected.
For backup purposes, each month a tarball containing all the above PO files is made.