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This is a list of members who have contributed audio files in the past 4 weeks.
deu - by moskytoo
eng - by CK
epo - by vekiano
fin- by tadaa25
por - by Ricardo14
por - by Voz
por- by aleteacher2
rus - by Alex_M
ukr- by oromashka
These are the members who have added audio files in the last three weeks.
kab - SAmiri
por- by aleteacher2
deu - quicksanddiver
eng - CK
If you are interested in contributing audio in your own native language, see this page.
Nova kandidato por iĝi progresinta kontribuanto
♦ Amazigh_Bedar: https://tatoeba.org/user/profile/Amazigh_Bedar
As usual, please feel free to share your opinions. Send us a message using the link below. Advanced contributors can link and tag sentences.
Kiel kutime ni petas, ke vi ne hezitu sciigi nin pri via opinio. Bonvolu uzi la suban ligilon por sendi mesaĝon al ni. Progresintaj kontribuantoj povas ligi kaj etiketi frazojn.
Link (ligilo): http://tatoeba.org/private_mess...rsichbaeumchen
Bedar should be our admin as he was studying Kabyle/Amazigh language at the University.
As he knows well the rules (kabyle language), we encourage him to be our admin.
We need someone to manage our team.
Yes I vote for Bedar
as our team need an admin,
Me too i vote for Amazigh_Bedar
One other point: both belkacem77 and SAmiri wrote that Bedar knows the rules of the Kabyle language. However, a key point is that a candidate for advanced contributor needs to know not only the rules of the language, but also the rules and guidelines of the site. These may take a while to learn to the degree that an advanced contributor requires. If you want to recommend that someone be made an advanced contributor, please offer evidence that the candidate understands how Tatoeba works, and that the candidate interacts well with other members of our community. As evidence, you can analyze the candidate's history of contributions (sentences, translations, comments), and the history of other people's comments on their sentences. Both are accessible from the candidate's user profile.
En français, les signes ponctuation composées doivent être précédés (suivis dans le cas du «) d'une espace insécable.
Actuellement, on peut trouver quatre cas dans le corpus de Tatoeba :
- pas d'espace
- une espace "standard" (le plus courant dans le corpus)
- une espace insécable
- une espace fine insécable
On peut considérer les deux premiers cas comme des cas incorrects, et les deux derniers comme des cas corrects.
Il est possible de « corriger » toutes ces phrases en insérant l'espace adéquate via un script (environ 50 000 phrases, sans compter celles comprenant des guillemets) . Enfin, quant à quelle espace choisir, les officiels n'étant eux-mêmes pas d'accord entre eux, insérer des espaces fines insécables, en plus d'être ce qui se fait généralement, permettrait d'éviter les doublons (environ 200 phrases).
En attendant d'avoir une solution automatisée à l'insertion, une telle opération impliquerait de voir vos phrases se faire massivement corrigées. Cela passerait totalement inaperçu pour tout le monde et SEULES les espaces se verraient corrigées ou ajoutées. Vous pourrez continuer à contribuer normalement comme vous le faites tout le temps (avec les espaces que vous voulez !)
Une telle opération touchant beaucoup de gens, je demande vos avis ou remarques, positifs ou négatifs (pour / contre, oui mais non, etc.)
@nimfeo @sacredceltic @Rovo @Micsmithel @gillux @GB3 et tous les contributeurs qui ont un avis !
It would be nice if the display window for sentences could be made slightly bigger to accommodate the display of accented capital letters like the Ĉ, Ĝ, Ĥ, Ĵ, Ŝ and Ŭ of Esperanto, as well as the German letters Ä, Ö and Ü. Other languages also sometimes need to display capital letters with accents, such as É, Û, À and many others. With the current font and the current window for displaying the sentence in each language, these accents are often not visible even when I take care to make sure that I've typed the needed accents in the course of creating my original or translated sentence.
In Sentence #7056520, for example, my Tatoeba friend @danepo just reminded me that the sentence “Ĉu vi ne estas kanadano?” should begin with the circumflexed ‘Ĉu’; obviously on his computer, the word was appearing as if it was ‘Cu’; i.e., without the needed circumflex, and he also was unable to see that the circumflex was already there.
Increasing the leading in messages like this might also be good, using a line-height of 120 or 130%. Currently this message seems to be set solid, and accented capital letters sometimes overlap with the descenders in letters like g, j, p, q, and y.
The contributor @danepo apparently had the same issue as I, since he has complained about missing circumflexes when they are in fact there. But not everyone, apparently, experienced this anomaly.
I have good news. Since some people apparently were able to see the accented capital letters, I changed my Firefox preferences so that instead of having Helvetica as the default sans-serif font, it now uses Lucida Grande. Magically, everything now looks fine on my browser. I may suggest the same solution for user @danepo and for anyone else who experienced this annoying problem. By the way, Helvetica Neue and Arial also look fine; only the bog-standard Helvetica seems to have the display issue.
(For AlanF, I may also suggest that he can temporarily change his deault sans-serif font to Helvetica in order to recreate the problem. Then restore the setting to the previous chosen font.)
Ricardo and I have been discussing the development of new flags for both Latin and Ancient Greek. The current Latin flag is just not as good as the others on Tatoeba, and the current Ancient Greek flag has little or nothing to do with Ancient Greece at all.
We'd like to know which flag you like best.
Below is a brief description of each candidate, followed by a preview.
(1) Current flag.
(2) Contains the SPQR (Senatus Populusque Romanus) inscription, the official name of the Roman Empire.
(3) Contains a laurel wreath, a symbol of victory for the ancient Romans.
(4) Contains the Colosseum, a symbol of Ancient Rome.
Check the Latin flags here: https://ibb.co/hzdaJz
(1) Current flag.
(2) Contains the front view of the Parthenon, as it once looked.
(3) Contains the front view of the Parthenon, as it looks today.
Check the Greek flags here: https://ibb.co/bxWvJz
The colors are not final.
You can also propose new suggestions if you like.
For Latin, I find #1, #2, #3 equally fine.
For Greek, I’d prefer some combination of #2/#3 with a modern flag of Greece. Maybe a parthenon over a modern Greek flag, or a white parthenon over a blue field. Sure, Ancient Greece is not the same as Modern Greece, but the connection is quite straightforward.
I like this better. The other idea would be rather difficult to implement, considering the icon dimensions.
I don't think "SPQR" should be on the newly constructed flag for Latin, because the meaning of the abbreviation is not well known. The wreath design, as in version 3, is lovely and appropriate, conveying deep respect, but it should have much better contrast. How about a deep Hunter Green for the wreath so that it looks more like real laurel leaves, and contrast it to a plain white background, perhaps with a thin green outline if the edge of the flag needs to be apparent on the white background of a page? Alternatively, you can reverse the colours and have the deep green (Pantone 19-5511, HTML #335749, or RGB 51 87 73) for the solid background with white laurel leaves showing in the foreground.
For the Ancient Greek, the Parthenon as it was in classic times (design 2) is clearly the best. As a concession to the modern inheritors of Greek culture, why not use the colours of the modern Greek flag? Make the Parthenon the pure white emblem, like polished marble, against a lovely blue solid background (Pantone 285, HTML #0072CE, or RGB 0 114 206), and you have the best of the old and the new.
I would like to see a delete icon on sentence page for removing sentences from lists. Sometimes I need to remove a sentence from a list, but it can be done only by going to the list's page and finding the sentence to be removed. If the list is large and the sentence to be removed isn't on first pages, it becomes very difficult (and also puts extra load on server). It would be very easy if you put this functionality on sentence page. I think most of the users who work heavily with lists would agree with that.
Go to this page.
Drag the link into your bookmarks bar.
You need to know the number of the list, which you can learn using a "mouse over" on the list name, if you have your status bar showing. This works on several browsers. I'm not sure you can find list numbers this way on all web browsers.
Google: "how to use bookmarklets"