Omer, it sounds to me like the only objection is to the question of
motivation. I don't think anybody will mind if the software that helps
transcription merely exists and is usable by whoever may want to
contribute by using it. Then if there are good enough reasons for it to
happen, it can.
On Wed, 2006-03-22 at 12:51 +0200, Ofir Carny wrote:
I think transcribing is important, not only for human accessibility
purposes, but also for software accessibility (e.g. translation
services, web crawlers) which adds a lot of functionality. And I think
that any software that can ease this
MS-Windows is the Pal-Kal of the PC world.
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