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Hello, wufnik.
Please allow me to introduce myself. I'm the author of the most of the portuguese posts at PerlMonks, AFAIK.

I started to translate some sections of PerlMonks to allow some fellows less skilled on english to join this community. My initial intentions was not to translate the entire website, nor divide this community. I just tought that we could have more well educated and active members if the main documentation was accessible in his/her native language.

If this makes the monks unhappy, I shall stop this a.s.a.p.. But if this is good and pleases the gods, please help me pointing what nodes you think I shall translate first so the novice's startup time decreases the maximum possible.

Ah! Just one more thing: "hola" is not portuguese!!!

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In reply to Re: Re: Non-English posts on Perlmonks by monsieur_champs
in thread Non-English posts on Perlmonks by Vennis

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