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If I'm understanding tye right, I think this is the best solution. Then Portugese index page would look like:

PerlMonks FAQ

English | Portugese | French | German

About PerlMonks

  • O que o PerlMonks? (EN)
  • Who uses PM?
  • Quem roda o PerlMonks.org? (EN)
  • Do I have privacy on PerlMonks?
  • I need help! Who can help me?
__END__

And then the English index page would look like:

PerlMonks FAQ

English | Portugese | French | German

About PerlMonks

  • What is PerlMonks?
  • Who uses PM?
  • Who runs it?
  • Do I have privacy on PerlMonks?
  • I need help! Who can help me?
__END__

At the same time, however, I question the need for a full translation of the FAQs. The rest of the site is in English so you'd be expected to understand enough English to take part in the site. Maybe we should have an 'introduction' page that is translated into multiple languages. Something like:

Welcome to PerlMonks, an online community of Perl developers. The site aims ... ... . This community uses English for discussions, but that doesn't mean we wont listen if your English isn't 100%. We're a patient monastery and we'll do our best to understand.
"Get real! This is a discussion group, not a helpdesk. You post something, we discuss its implications. If the discussion happens to answer a question you've asked, that's incidental." -- nobull@mail.com in clpm

In reply to Re: Re: Translated PerlMonks FAQ (best of both?) by BigLug
in thread Translated PerlMonks FAQ by demerphq

Title:
Use:  <p> text here (a paragraph) </p>
and:  <code> code here </code>
to format your post; it's "PerlMonks-approved HTML":



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  • Posts may use any of the Perl Monks Approved HTML tags. Currently these include the following:
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