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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, 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 ==
* A program that compiles wiki entries into <math>L^{a}T_{E}X</math> articles.
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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]?
* 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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* 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.
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* A program that compiles wiki entries into <math>L^{A}T_{E}X</math> articles.
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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.
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* 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].
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* 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.