Especially for the hyphenation patterns this may still be problematic because someone who does a hyphenation file conversion may not be entitled to submit it to the ASF because he is not the (only) copyright holder and license restrictions may not allow our distributing the file.
On 28.02.2004 00:27:19 Peter B. West wrote:Apart from the hyphenation problem below, what manual work remains?
It would also be nice, if there were some sort of "repository" or links page on the FOP site where people can go to get hyphenation files that cannot be included in FOP because they do not meet the needs of the ALv2 (assuming there are no negative legal ramifications). That way, this valuable information is still accessible, and simplifies the process of getting the information. It might mean a little more legwork on our part, but it may end up being 'worth it' in the long run.
Also, I don't know how I can be of use, but if there's anything I can do in this regard (e.g., take a text blurb and 'apply' it to a set of files), I'd be happy to help. I just need a little direction on how to contribute.
Web Maestro Clay