[sword-devel] GNU and OS ideologies applied to translation

Michael Rempel sword-devel@crosswire.org
Fri, 21 Dec 2001 14:39:24 -0800

> > You cant fix a problem that is intrinsic to the design method you
> A
> > 'path' might go from say interpretive to literal and back to poetic
> to
> > suit some fool's idea of a good thing. It is easy to do anyway, but dont
> > make it any easier please. To put texts together like that and call it a
> > version, is to make crossing interpretive traditions on a whim credible.
> It
> > is not credible. If you are going to be literalist, then stick to
> > literalist, poetic, stick to poetry, and so on. Each style has problems
> > you should know, so it is enough to limit the problems to one choosen
> style.
> Who said anything about mixing styles? The main point is choosing styles.
So what are sliders for? I am confused. How do multiple paths work?