thank you for checking out my work!
I'll fill in the missing information (I will also probably change "s" to
"sg", so that it's on the same level as other dictionaries).
As for the release, I'll try to first include the most basic words, so the
dictionary won't be completely empty. We'll see.
On Sun, 16 Aug 2020 at 19:49, Sebastian Humenda <shumenda@xxxxxx> wrote:
Gorzy Gorup schrieb am 15.08.2020, 23:06 +0200:
I would really appreciate any feedback on its format, so I can fix things
while the size of it all is still small.
Expect a few delays in the next two weeks :). I had a brief look at the
slv-eng branch. Here a few comments:
- Please provide the <respStmt> information, this is required for our
- `<sourceDesc><p>No source: created in the electronic form, from the
FreeDict dictionary template.</p>``
Well, maybe you want to write that you have written it as a native
speaker, no source suggests it popped up out of nowhere.
- Changelog: this only needs to be filled in for a release, so please
the entries into one change for the initial version. It is left to you
when you want to release. I did a release every thousand words in
but that's up to you. We just need to be able to handle the release, so
please not every week :).
Body: this one looks good to me, solid work, thanks :). Regarding the
gramGrp's: I saw that you chose `<num>s</num>`. I probably would have
chosen sg, but that doesn't matter. The main point is that you keep it
consistent. If you want to already link against an ontology, you can
a look at the Wikdict dictionaries here:
(except for spa-deu, that has a different origin).
Good work! I like it. The converted version also looks good to me.