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Tatoeba coding event

In order to get more developers involved in Tatoeba and have some fun at the same time, we are organizing a coding event. If this sounds interesting, please fill up our survey.

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「学園の廊下で、濃厚なキスシーン・・・聞いたぞ聞いたぞ」「濃厚じゃなーい!話に尾ひれ付いてるって・・・」

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blay_paul blay_paul June 17, 2010 at 12:18 PM June 17, 2010 at 12:18 PM link Permalink

The 'male' tag applies to the first speaker. It's a bit tentative as well. 'male' and 'female' tags in Japanese are more approximations than an exact science.