Dictionaries & stuff
tomas.chvatal at gmail.com
Wed Apr 25 06:51:43 PDT 2012
2012/4/25 Caolán McNamara <caolanm at redhat.com>:
> True. I maintain (a little out of date) a matrix of what's available
> Some stuff is only available as firefox/thunderbird etc extensions
> although they use hunspell as well. Some stuff (IIRC) has either *no*
> license, or licenses which might make them unsuitable for bundling into
> Fedora and so on. Some scripting of the Fedora source repository to pull
> out the URL/Source lines from all of those packages .spec files might be
> of some use to you to bootstrap the "homes" of those dictionaries, etc.
That is a really good page you set up there. It ease some of my
And also it fixes the myspell issue i have on gentoo by just plainly
using what you guys have in fedora :)
(also I guess rene will be also happy if he manages dicts in debian too :P)
So do you think it is worth the efforts to consolidate the stuff? Or
is it waste of time?
What I think we could do:
Provide some simple wiki page with links to latest versions + git.
If we would generate along .oxt even .xcu extensions we could snatch
at least the firefox lads.
It would improve overall status in all distros as I am not aware of
any that would use the dictionaries provided by applications.
And in the end it would improve the libreoffice released pack, because
we would always provide up-to-date dict stuff. :)
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