Published by breki on 12 Feb 2012
Alexander Ovsov has kindly translated my GroundTruth posts into Romanian. Quoting Alexander:
Our global volunteer project is called “Translation for Education”, located in all-around-the-world, with no headquarters. Its purpose is translating articles dealing with interesting science subjects such as biology, chemistry, geology, medicine, and information technologies in order to assist students and university staff who are not very good at foreign languages and help them become familiarized with relevant scientific news from abroad. Translation from English to small aborigine European (Indo-European) languages, not the big ones.
Thanks, Alexander, and keep up the good work!
Although I haven’t done any GroundTruth work for a long time, a couple of days ago I’ve started migrating (and upgrading) the source code from my local Subversion repository to Mercurial on Bitbucket. The code is in turmoil, but I hope I’ll be able to take some time from other work to clean it up and fix some bugs that have been found by users in the last year. I will also try to incorporate some new stuff that I’ve developed for Maperitive.