[WMCEE-l] WMCEE-l Digest, Vol 36, Issue 20

Ivo Kruusamägi ivo.kruusamagi at gmail.com
Sun Apr 12 21:00:18 CEST 2015


So, are there any comments on Minority Translate tool? For instance, did
someone tried to translate a set of articles with it (like that list of 100
Estonians
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/100_great_Estonians_of_the_20th_century>)?

http://translate.keeleleek.ee/download/

Ivo

2015-03-27 15:52 GMT+02:00 Ivo Kruusamägi <ivo.kruusamagi atgmail.com>:

> All languages (including the ones in Incubator) are available for use.
>
> Ivo
>
> 2015-03-27 15:38 GMT+02:00 Renessaince <renessaince atgmail.com>:
>
>> Which languages are available for translation?
>>
>> 2015-03-27 14:00 GMT+03:00 <wmcee-l-request attools.wikimedia.pl>:
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>>> Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2015 03:12:11 +0200
>>> From: Ivo Kruusam?gi <ivo.kruusamagi atgmail.com>
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>>> Hi everyone!
>>>
>>> I'd like to make a short intro for Minority Translate tool
>>> <http://translate.keeleleek.ee/wiki/Main_Page> (MT) and ask you to test
>>> it.
>>>
>>> As MT is designed for a quick content creation via rapid translation of
>>> big
>>> number of articles, then it should be rather useful for CEE Spring
>>> participants.
>>>
>>> *Using/ testing this tool:*
>>> 1) make sure that you have the newest java installed (
>>> https://www.java.com/en/download/)
>>> 2) download the program (http://translate.keeleleek.ee/download/)
>>> 3) start the program and select your preferences (like program language
>>> and
>>> wikis you want to use [just type in language code (like "ru") and press
>>> add])
>>> 4) Add stuff for translation ("Articles" --> "Add..."). Example: select
>>> "Add Article List", take "English" as from-language and start typing in
>>> "100
>>> great Estonians of the 20th century
>>> <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/100_great_Estonians_of_the_20th_century
>>> >".
>>> After pressing "Ok" it would load in all of the articles in that list
>>> from
>>> English Wikipedia that exist there.
>>> 5) Start translating.
>>> 6) When an article has been translated, then press "upload" (log-in
>>> required; program will upload articles under your own account and
>>> automatically add links to Wikidata)
>>> 7) Translate more.
>>>
>>> * "Pull" is for quick copy (it can also do predetermined replacements;
>>> see
>>> from preferences).
>>> * "Snippets" is there to give a helping hand if you want to user some
>>> parts
>>> of text repeatedly (categories, templates, similar sentences). Just copy
>>> this part of text under one snippet and call it out by pressing "Ctrl+nr"
>>> * "Align" allows to compare the translated text with original (or make
>>> the
>>> translation right there)
>>> * "Tag" adds special markings (like "CEE Spring in Ukraine"). It would
>>> soon
>>> be possible to filter the translations based on tags given and therefor
>>> create automatic lists of tagged articles (example: articles created
>>> within
>>> one event).
>>> * "Filtering" is there to hide the content you don't want to see while
>>> doing translations (test it!).
>>> * It is possible to save sessions and continue later from the same spot.
>>>
>>> Lot of stuff is still in development. For example, April version should
>>> include autocomplete functionality and May version link-checking, special
>>> character table and search. June version should have dictionary and
>>> speller
>>> support. etc.
>>>
>>> NB! The program is still in beta phase. Please inform me about all of the
>>> bugs that you find. If you have some special wishes for future
>>> development,
>>> then I'm all ears.
>>>
>>> With regards,
>>> Ivo Kruusam?gi
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