[sword-devel] Greek Tagging HELP WANTED
Sat, 16 Nov 2002 10:43:15 -0800
A friend of mine Tom Curran has decided to take 1 Timothy. He should be
subscribing to this list soon
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From: "Troy A. Griffitts" <email@example.com>
To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com>;
Sent: Thursday, November 14, 2002 9:42 PM
Subject: [sword-devel] Greek Tagging HELP WANTED
> We haven't had much voiced interest to help on this project. I'm
> planning to head down to the local seminary to recruit volunteers if we
> don't get anyone from the list.
> Please, if you have any Greek experience (it doesn't require much, as
> you'll have a lexicon and a translation in front of you-- you just need
> to match the greek with the part of the translation), consider
> volunteering for a small book. I think you'll find that it flows quite
> smoothly along and that it will really help sharpen your greek skills.
> Newest test program is available from:
> You'll still need a version of java installed first, probably from:
> A NEW STANDALONE VERSION is available at:
> which allows you to work offline and includes an export button to export
> just your assigned section of Scripture to email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Follow instructions in README. If you're running windows, you'll need
> to add these executables to the ModEdit directory:
> The new version has Proxy support in case you need to access the web via
> a proxy, and much code cleanup, all thanks to Christian Frommeyer.
> Tab keys seem to not work in java 1.4.1 for moving to the next tag, so
> arrows up/down are also assigned to do the same thing now. I still
> recommend getting used to the keyboard (left, right, up, down, space) to
> do the editing. Dragging is 'cool' but the keyboard seems more efficient.
> Latest source available from:
> Daniel Glassey, can we get a new wikiweb for the kjv2003 project?
> Thanks to everyone for their feedback and support,
> -Troy A. Griffitts.