It looks just like what I had in mind. Of course, we are now commited to SQL, but I like their system of rights:For ideas and directions regarding collaborative dictionaries and the need for a central repository, it could perhaps be interesting to have a look at the WeSay project (http://www.wesay.org).
A brief description of Roles:
- Observer (a.k.a. Reporter): can receive dictionary data but cannot send in edits; can view the project's web and wiki content but cannot edit; can create issues and add notes to them.
- Contributor: can send and receive all kinds of dictionary data; can create and edit the project's web and wiki content; can submit and fully edit issues.
- Manager: can do all of the above; can add/remove other members; can manage the wiki; can move/delete issues.
- LanguageDepotProgrammer: can do most of the things an Observer can do.
Yes, but I should say that I've postponed all changes until we find a centralized database management, so that both the dictionary and the wordlists on the site use the same one - otherwise it'll be a nightmare to synchronize.I agree, I think that we should!
What the hell is that on 0:52? I don't remember Tolkien writing that.You can watch it on YouTube here
(Also, let's just stick to English in this thread.)