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Re: [Varnamproject-discuss] [Student-projects] Varnam project status

From: Navaneeth K N
Subject: Re: [Varnamproject-discuss] [Student-projects] Varnam project status
Date: Thu, 27 Feb 2014 22:59:25 +0530
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On 2/27/14 2:10 PM, Abhishek Nair wrote:
> Hey Navaneeth, appreciate the reply. I tried the Varnam editor yesterday
> and the I loved how exact the translation was. However a few issues came up
> when i typed in proper nouns (eg. My name, place) and with articles ( eg.
> a, the) and more so when you type backspace and retype it. That is one
> issue I can start working with. Also, my hindi is better than my malayalam
> so would love a chance to contribute there too. I understand both are two
> totally different topics but both seem extremely interesting to me. Would
> love a suggestion about which one to focus on!

Could you explain this with some examples?

> On Thu, Feb 27, 2014 at 11:14 AM, Navaneeth K N <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello Abishek,
> On 2/26/14 3:46 PM, Abhishek Nair wrote:
>>>> Hello, I'm Abhishek Nair, a pre-final year undergrad from BITS-Pilani,
> Goa.
>>>> I was interested in contributing to the Varnam project. But i noticed
> that
>>>> the GitHub page for Varnam has been inactive for some time. So wanted to
> I have moved development of Varnam to Gitorious sometime back. Github
> repositories are just a mirror which gets updated for every release. You
> can track the development at:
> Issues, Tasks & Downloads are managed at Savannah:
>>>> know if it is still a part of GSoc or simply if people are still
>>>> contributing to it, because I would be really interested in doing so. I
>>>> have great command over C and read and write Malayalam, Hindi, Marathi
>>>> fluently. Would love to her back fro you Navneeth!
> That's great!
> I have added Hindi support few months back. But it is not as good as the
> Malayalam support. You can try it at: I
> couldn't feed lot of data for Hindi. The more the data, the better
> results are. For Malayalam, Varnam handles around a million words and
> it's prefixes. Hindi is around 30K right now.
> There are lots of interesting things that can be done in Varnam. Let me
> know your interest areas and I can help you to get started. Join
> address@hidden or drop in to #varnamproject or
> #smc-project irc on freenode if you have questions.
> [1]:
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