[Wikimedia-l] Is anyone motivated to lead a study/projet to integrate a "Tatoeba"-like project within Mediawiki

Jane Darnell jane023 at gmail.com
Sat May 18 09:47:24 UTC 2013

I noticed that on Commons, there is a need for sentence fragments,
such as "Portrait of a woman facing left at three-quarter length"

Though whole sentences is a major step towards machine translation,
sentence fragments might be more practical for multi-lingual project
endeavors such as Wikidata and Wiki Commons

2013/5/18, Mathieu Stumpf <psychoslave at culture-libre.org>:
> Hello,
> While contributing to wiktionary, I discovered Tatoeba, a website where
> you can find translated sentences, and share your knoledge with new
> translation.
> The project database is free (CC-by if I well remember), and the team
> behind it seems very responsive: think that they made this post[1] just
> because I am incorrigible curious person.
> Now as our moto is "the sum of all knowledge…" I was curious to know
> your opinion on integrating such a project within Wikimedia. As I
> already don't have time to make all the contributions that I would like
> to bring to the community, I won't be able to bring energy on such a
> project. So I just share the idea, "just in case", to my mind it's
> always better than drop it nowhere.
> Kind regards,
> mathieu
> [1] http://blog.tatoeba.org/2013/05/the-story-of-tatoeba.html
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