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Re: Wordlist Roadmap
- To: Documentation and Translation <doc at arabeyes dot org>
- Subject: Re: Wordlist Roadmap
- From: Nadim Shaikli <shaikli at yahoo dot com>
- Date: Sat, 13 Mar 2004 09:07:53 -0800 (PST)
--- Ahmad Al-rasheedan <asr at baldi dot cc> wrote:
> On Saturday 13 March 2004 12:59, Nadim Shaikli wrote:
> > So we should wait until _A and _Z multi's are done ?
> Not for the release Osama had in mind. We have done lots of additions
> since the last release. Upcoming releases should follow the proposed
> scheme of a new release for each multi.
OK, so what I'm hearing is we should release a 0.7 ASAP
(btw: the project's blurbs need to be updated to note the
previous 0.6 release :-) and then put the release schedule
based on the completion of multi's on a per letter basis
(ie. when _B multi's are completed we'll release 0.7.1, etc)
> > Ouch, that would mean those NEW files will stick around even longer.
> > I would much rather see them dealt with sooner rather than later in
> > some manner - a systematic bleeding should do the trick given Mr. Khayat
> > concentrates on them. But since you guys are doing all the work, whatever
> > you guys decide on is good with me. Just come to a clear consensus and
> > broadcast it (via a blurb on the project page) and we'll proceed.
> If you ask me, I would like to see new_words translated & new_french_words
> added, too. I am being realistic given amount of doers and where should their
> efforts go. I would like to provide meaningful translations to the word "eat"
> as opposed to worry about "Habendum". I derived this conclusion by looking
> at the log every day and what people lookup.
Noted. Given Ossama's OK with all of this, we'll institute the
"minor release anytime multi's are done on a per file basis". Once
all the multi's are done we'll release a 0.8 meanwhile the bleeding
of NEW files will continue (hopefully) by whomever is looking for
a challenge (ie. in the background).
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