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Can one be able to break the direct link between these two sentenses:
#1429544 Vi amuziĝas.
#587205 Tu m'amuses.
They should not be a translation of each other. They are translations of different original sentences with slightly different meanings.
Guybrush88's 10th Anniversary
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He joined the Tatoeba Project on December 21, 2009.
637,553 Italian sentences (Average 5,313 sentences per month)
Happy Birthday GuyBrush! Buon compleanno!
Thanks to both you and CK :)
Happy birthday and happy anniversary! 😊
thanks 😊 I still have to wait just a few days (until the 27th of December) to be a year older, but I still feel old seeing that my account is already ten :P
Happy birthday and anniversary, Guybrush! You rock!!
there are some members who look like ads:
How many are this?
it seems like it started 6. Mai 2018
from page https://tatoeba.org/deu/users/a...&direction=asc
How do we deal with it?
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Premièrement je vous remercie pour l'intégration. de la langue AMAZIGH (berbere) dans ce site. J'espère d'integrer la lettre TIFINAGH qui est la lettre originale de notre langue.
First of all; i thank you so much for integrating the Amazigh(Berber) language in your site.we will be so thankful if you adopt the Tifinagh alphabet which the native Letter of our language.
For Stylish users who don't like the new headings with the green background and a white font, this will get rid of it.
You can change the color of the "You may write in any language you want. On Tatoeba, all languages are equal." to a white background with a black font by using the following.
What would be a complete style? I'm not really familiar with Stylish, but I would like to get rid of those big green headings.
You can install it from here.
I included all the lines in the Wall posting above.
I would like to eventually change the "Send" button etc with something that is easier to read for those with vision problems.
I'll likely need to do this using Stylish, since no activity has been done to address this issue.
Thanks so much. That's a lot better. :-)
Thanks. I installed it too.
I added another style today that I'd been meaning to write.
tatoeba.org - Non-green search bar - Set to Gray (777)
I also changed the highlight color of the current page number in the "paging" to 777 to match this.
(You can edit the 777 to set your own preferred color.)
You can find these and other styles for tatoeba.org using this search.
Am I allowed to use my Tatoeba sentences on other websites without giving attribution to Tatoeba?
On the original website, you can find more information about the restrictions and requirements of the CC BY 2.0 FR license:
However, when a sentence (yours included) is submitted to Tatoeba under the authorized circumstances, the data provided by the contributor turn into the content owned by Tatoeba (yet it is the contributor who is still responsible for all legal actions taken against "the data provider").
It seems to be an ambiguity here; however, there occurred a similar situation almost three years ago.
Tatoeba's content (which was also under the CC BY 2.0 FR back then) was used on an online Turkish dictionary with no credits given. After Trang's warning, owners of that website updated their "About Page", adding only the name "Tatoeba" but not citing each contributor.
Here is the Wall thread:
It is still Trang who will clarify this. On the other hand, my bet, judging from the legal statements and the previous event, is that you are required to attribute to Tatoeba.
You can use your own original sentences on other websites without attributing Tatoeba. By that I mean sentences which you invented on your own as opposed to sentences that you translated from other sentences. They are your sentences in the end, there's no reason for Tatoeba (or anyone else) to take credit.
You can also use your sentences that are translations without attributing Tatoeba, under the condition that they are translations of sentences that are under the CC0 license.