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This is just a list of programming projects I'm working on or would like to work on given the time.  If anyone is interested in learning more about these projects, [http://firespeaker.org/contact/ contact me].
 
This is just a list of programming projects I'm working on or would like to work on given the time.  If anyone is interested in learning more about these projects, [http://firespeaker.org/contact/ contact me].
  
* [[Trōhēnnu]] - A database that stores, tracks, and derives phonetic change data for ''n'' languages.  This is useful for people doing historical reconstruction work, [[conlanger|conlanguers]] (doing the same), and other people trying to maintain diachronic linguistic (phonetic and bits of phonological, for now) data.
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== Websites ==
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* Online Database of Early Turkic Documents / Turkic Text Project, like [http://otdo.aa.tufs.ac.jp/index.cgi?page=Publications OTDO], [http://ctext.org Chinese Text Project], similar scope as [http://irq.kaznpu.kz/?lang=e TURK BITIG]?
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* An open version of [http://wals.info WALS] - [[OHM|ideas here]]
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== Stand-alone software ==
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* [[Trōhēnnu]] A database that stores, tracks, and derives phonetic change data for ''n'' languages.  This is useful for people doing historical reconstruction work, [[conlanger|conlanguers]] (doing the same), and other people trying to maintain diachronic linguistic (phonetic and bits of phonological, for now) data.
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** [[Featured Sound Change Applier]] — given SPE sound change rules and words, derive words.
 
* A program that compiles wiki entries into <math>L^{A}T_{E}X</math> articles.
 
* A program that compiles wiki entries into <math>L^{A}T_{E}X</math> articles.
* A script that tells a web browser to open google searches for lots of permutations of a search.  Useful for linguistic research.
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* [[linggoogle]] — A script that tells a web browser to open google searches for lots of permutations of a search.  Useful for linguistic research.
 
* A script that generates visualised charts that track the progress of the smooth english of [[Conlang Relays]], similar to the [http://www.research.ibm.com/history history flow] for [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikis wikis], developped by the [http://domino.watson.ibm.com/cambridge/research.nsf/pages/cue.html?Open IBM Watson Research Center].
 
* A script that generates visualised charts that track the progress of the smooth english of [[Conlang Relays]], similar to the [http://www.research.ibm.com/history history flow] for [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikis wikis], developped by the [http://domino.watson.ibm.com/cambridge/research.nsf/pages/cue.html?Open IBM Watson Research Center].
 
* A web front-end for [http://pplayer.spiritlamp.net/ pplayer], using XMLHttpRequest Objects, [[pplayer flow-chart|like so]].  This, as well as some of the XMLRPC function plugins are being worked on by me.
 
* A web front-end for [http://pplayer.spiritlamp.net/ pplayer], using XMLHttpRequest Objects, [[pplayer flow-chart|like so]].  This, as well as some of the XMLRPC function plugins are being worked on by me.
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[[Category:Software]]

Latest revision as of 16:27, 22 April 2014

This is just a list of programming projects I'm working on or would like to work on given the time. If anyone is interested in learning more about these projects, contact me.

Websites

Stand-alone software

  • Trōhēnnu — A database that stores, tracks, and derives phonetic change data for n languages. This is useful for people doing historical reconstruction work, conlanguers (doing the same), and other people trying to maintain diachronic linguistic (phonetic and bits of phonological, for now) data.
  • A program that compiles wiki entries into <math>L^{A}T_{E}X</math> articles.
  • linggoogle — A script that tells a web browser to open google searches for lots of permutations of a search. Useful for linguistic research.
  • A script that generates visualised charts that track the progress of the smooth english of Conlang Relays, similar to the history flow for wikis, developped by the IBM Watson Research Center.
  • A web front-end for pplayer, using XMLHttpRequest Objects, like so. This, as well as some of the XMLRPC function plugins are being worked on by me.