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 +====== Dictionary translation interface ======
 +<fs 1.8em><fc #ff0000>Developers Needed.</fc></fs>
  
 +The aim is to develop a web interface that is easily accessible yet advanced enough to create dictionary files containing words, definitions, synonyms and the like.
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 +Thus this effort is to be broken into two, one developing a user friendly interface, two defining the ultimate expandeable dictionary structure, preferably as a pure sql structure which would be accessible through GPL'ed databases.
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 +[[dictionary translation interface gui|User interface.]] - GUI Development.
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 +[[dictionary translation interface ui|UI.]] - UI Development. Here we develop interfaces, the SQL syntax etc. we do this after we have defined the database file structure.
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 +[[dictionary translation interface timeline|Timeline.]] - A place to keep track of development time plans.
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 +[[dictionary translation interface suggestion area|Suggestion area.]] - Got ideas for this particular branch of the development ?
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