I just wanted to make sure there will be some wikisourcerers at this
event. Is that so?
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Thanks to those of you who have already registered for the Wikimedia
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from April 20 to April 22, 2018 in Berlin!
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There's been some discussion at
about the @wikisource Twitter account (and others).
I've just been made a team member of @wikisource, and we should add some
more people too.
The idea is that @wikisource is the cross-Wikisource account, and each
language Wikisource can also have its own account (e.g. @wikisource_fr
@wikisource_de, etc. here's a list I started this morning:
https://twitter.com/wikisource/lists/wikisources/members are there any
So, who wants to be added, and what are your Twitter usernames?
We'll also have @wikisource_en later today or tomorrow; same deal.
The passwords for these accounts are held by Aubrie Johnson, the WMF
social media person.
when i downloaded the epub book from wikisource in windows the "windows
defender" is identifying it as virus and not allowing to download.
I dont knwo what is the problem. but for other books it was okay.
containerfile: C:\Users\Balaji\Documents\wiki related\சதுரங்கம் விளையாடுவது
file: C:\Users\Balaji\Documents\wiki related\சதுரங்கம் விளையாடுவது
webfile: C:\Users\Balaji\Documents\wiki related\சதுரங்கம் விளையாடுவது
Only a little bit of djvu OCR/text contents is currently used, I think
that we can do more:
1. xml and dsed (LISP-like) representations have pros and cons, that should
be carefully considered;
2. djvu text layer can host an unlimited number of metadata and free text
content, indipendent from mapped OCR;
3. hOCR (by tesseract) can be translated in dsed, a converting script would
be very useful to inject tesseract output into djvu OCR layer;
4. IA shares a terrible g-zipped xml, _abbyy.gz, where any possible detail
about OCR recognition can be found, and a converting tool to dsed (perhaps,
recovering too many formatting details!) would be very useful.
I'm playing into all from these issues, I'd like to know if any other
wikisource contributor is interested about.
For a book I am proof reading there is a requirement to
create wavy line. The link for the page is https://ta.wikisource.org/s/6du
The wavy line is appearing in many pages.
Is there any template to create this effect.?