[sword-devel] Schlachter 2000
chrislit at crosswire.org
Sat Oct 7 23:08:17 MST 2006
The Schlachter 2000 translation is under recent copyright, which
explains why it is no longer available for MyBible (the trademark
violating one, not the PocketPC one). If any of the German developers
felt motivated, I guess they could work to secure the rights to
distribute and sell unlocks for this translation, but it's not a matter
of simply converting the text.
PDF is maybe the worst format for source material, excluding scanned
images. I've seen some plaintext editions of Schlacter 2000 online, but
I believe they were lacking footnotes and text decoration and they were
in the alte Rechtschreibung. But if we were given permission by the
publisher, they could probably supply a good copy.
> Hello brothers and sisters :)
> My name is Florian and I am a Linux user, and I enjoy it a lot!
> I always used www.mybible.de under windows because it gives you tons of
> bible modules.
> Now under Linux I use your program, which is great too... but I would be
> very well pleased to read my favorite translation of the Bible. As I
> read in this link, the request was already made:
> And the author of the e-Mail is right, this German translation is very
> wide spread in evangelical circles and is GREAT because of it's accuracy
> and easy to read German it uses.
> I, myself prefer Textus Receptus Bibles, so I would be pleased to use
> the "Schlachter 2000" Bible translation as well...
> On your home page you offer the "Schlachter 1951" which has an older
> German and is NOT using the Textus Receptus, but the Nestle Aland text.
> Could you guys PLEASE convert a Schlachter 2000 module? - I would also
> inform the maker of "Ubuntu CE" (Christian version) about it, so that he
> can put it into his distro.
> Like you can read in the link above, here:
> you can find the Schlachter 2000 translation in PDF format!
> I would thank you from the depths of my heart if you would convert the
> Schlachter 2000 for us German Christians :)
> We would highly appreciate it, and I think (at least in my church) that
> would spread your great bible program even more.
> God bless you! And thanks for your work.
> In HIS service.
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