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Aiji Aiji June 10, 2020, edited June 10, 2020 June 10, 2020 at 12:40:16 AM UTC, edited June 10, 2020 at 12:41:05 AM UTC link Permalink

What's New on Tatoeba? - Your biweekly recap °19
** What's New on Tatoeba will be published biweekly until the end of August **

Kodoeba, Tatoeba's first coding event, has started at the beginning of June! 27 participants joined us to improve Tatoeba in one or another way. A big thank you and a warm welcome to all of them! We will regularly hear of their work in this column.


※ The way to add tag has been modified to include the number of tagged sentences and make the suggestions case-insensitive. This was one of many issues related to tags that we want to take care of in the more or less near future. Thanks to alexs, rumpelstilzchen, and all the people who helped solving this.

※ Using a single quote in the search input used to make the search string disappeared. Thanks to gillux for correcting this bug.

※ The pages showing sentences using a specific tag now display the most-recently tagged sentences first. Thanks to bakananbanjin (a participant of Kodoeba) for taking care of this.


※ CK started a discussion about the use of the question mark in searches

※ sharptoothed gave charts about the most translated sentences on Tatoeba

※ orion17 started a discussion about adding sentences using spoken language and how to handle them


※ 36 611 sentences added the last two weeks.

※ Tatoeba now supports 367 languages: Nuosu has been added on ljradio's request, and Drents has been added on MarijnKp's request

※ As usual, thanks to all the members who helped translating the website.


If you'd like to help to the development of Tatoeba, report issues, or are just curious, have a look at the GitHub repository:

If you want to help us translate the website to your language, you can join us on Transifex: and check this article on the wiki


Fun fact: Emojicode is a programming language using emojis as its syntax.

Last week recap:
See this recap on the blog: