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Hi, please use code pt for MediaWiki! – Nike 08:12, 12 July 2008 (UTC)Reply

The pt is a mixture of pt-pt and pt-br, so it's important there is also pt-pt. With the pt-pt I already can install a mediaWiki with the language spoken in Portugal, without having some expressions of Brazil.--Rei-artur 08:46, 12 July 2008 (UTC)Reply
Wouldn't it be a better idea to fix the current pt translation than start from a scratch and have two translations for two locales instead of three? – Nike 13:59, 12 July 2008 (UTC)Reply
In my opinion and also the communities of speakers portuguese, like the existence of the 3 translations. If there were only 2 translations cause a conflict between the Brazilian and Portuguese community, because we would have to choose a translation as native, and so we would discriminate the other translation. All prefer the existence of the 3 translations.--Rei-artur 14:25, 12 July 2008 (UTC)Reply
I will talk with Siebrand about this when he comes back. – Nike 16:05, 12 July 2008 (UTC)Reply
Bullshit. The only solution other than the current (using 'pt' and 'pt-br') would be using 'pt' as an empty fall back to 'pt-pt' and having 'pt-br', which would fall back to 'pt-pt'. As that latter is the former, just more complex, in essence nothing will be changed. Cheers! Siebrand 18:30, 12 July 2008 (UTC)Reply