Thanks Connie, I had a joyful afternoon (re)reading the story with a couple of friends. I've put a link to it on my homepage.
behdad On Fri, 12 Aug 2005, Connie Bobroff wrote: > Hi Everyone, > > I always ask for your help in various projects... > > This time it's one of your favorites, a Majid story by Houshang Moradi > Kermani. > > > I need to know if you see any mistakes in Persian spelling or content in > general and if there are any technical bugs. I believe this will only be > viewable on WinXP + IE6 or Firefox, Win2000 SP2 + IE6, OS X + Firefox and > certain flavors of Linux. Others will probably have missing characters or > problems with diacriticals. > > Please find lots of mistakes before the innocent language learners visit the > site. They don't know how the Persian is supposed to look or anything about > Persian computing. > > Most will probably enter the site here: > http://persianintexas.org/menu03.html > > and the index page is here: > http://persianintexas.org/nazem/ > > I have built this website from tips and insights from our previous > discussions. > Several of you, especially including but not limited to those with the "beh" > component in your name were involved in the production and without whom I > would > be completely lost. Also, the biggest thrill for me was that Mr. Moradi > Kermani > is just an email away in Tehran and helped a lot. What a wonderful man! He > is > right now just writing a few words of encouragement for the language-learners > which I'll put in the FAQ and then besides a couple small jobs, I'm done and > you can be sure I'm exhausted! > > Thank you in advance for any and all feedback. > > -Connie > > > > > _______________________________________________ > PersianComputing mailing list > PersianComputing@lists.sharif.edu > http://lists.sharif.edu/mailman/listinfo/persiancomputing > > --behdad http://behdad.org/ _______________________________________________ PersianComputing mailing list PersianComputing@lists.sharif.edu http://lists.sharif.edu/mailman/listinfo/persiancomputing