We have eventually opened up our Indo-European Vocabulary database again, to be used with the Indo-European Dictionary-Translator.
– We are already using the latest version (0.9.4) of the Open Translation Engine (OTE) free software – a simple but powerful combination of PHP and MySQL.
– There is a display error to be solved; namely, the correct replacement of data (Indo-European phonetic and writing characters) with the appropriate UTF-8 codes.
– Another, not-so-urgent task is to repair the Indo-European terms relationship, which appears to be broken. The English dictionary works, though.
– A future addition will be the possibility to edit the database directly, i.e. to add words for newly registered users, and to delete and correct existing words for those registered users we approve. Until now, this had to be done manually through MySQL…
Our thanks to the OTE guys for their continuing support to the Translation Engine Project.