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Monday, November 19th 2012, 2:09am

Hello from Sao Paulo

I am Brazilian, live in Sao Paulo and would like to give some of my free time helping to translate English into Portuguese.
I am also a Web and Mozilla extension developer, I wrote the Search Bar Auto-Clean, and contributed to Greasemonkey too.
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Sergio Abreu

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Tuesday, November 20th 2012, 7:32pm

Hi Sergio,

Nice to meet you. :)

You can find the Portuguese forum section by scrolling way down, you'll see the language sections ordered alphabetically. You can post there and help with the translations.

I'd also like to suggest you to consider joining our yet-to-be-launched Linguistic Team's Developers group. We'd surely appreciate you lending your expertise as a developer, since we use various tools that help us and would like to improve and customize them, and we'd also like to create more and better tools, to automate many tasks and make it easier for translators to work. If you're interested in this, you can write a private message to Ray , who is going to organize and probably coordinate the team, when it's launched.

See you around ^^

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Tuesday, November 20th 2012, 10:31pm

Thanks for the kind welcome!

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