slevin at PUDL.INFO
Fri Apr 2 23:52:52 UTC 2004
I have only just started the forums, so I have very few posts.
With the glossing forum, I am trying to come up with a standardized way of
glossing that can be successfully used with PUDL's translator. Currently,
asl glossing is just something that people make up as they write. And with
standard glossing, the naming of the signs in the dictionary will become
If you visit PUDL's forum, you can view topics, reply to topics, and create
new topics. But like I said, there isn't much going on yet.
From: SignWriting List [mailto:SW-L at ADMIN.HUMBERC.ON.CA]On Behalf Of Tini
Sent: Friday, April 02, 2004 9:47 AM
To: SW-L at ADMIN.HUMBERC.ON.CA
Stefan Slevinski wrote:
This will be my last email on glossing. I am creating a forum on PUDL's
website to discuss the issue so that those who are interested can
I am interested Stefan,
I am doing a lot of glossing for my sign language hearing students, in
order , so they can write their own stories and also to learn more ASL
My translated poems,stories and songs are on the web by Jerry Spilman
http://cyberjer.com/singsong or poet or children to children.
I have asked several times for opinions about the glossing and if my
alternate signs used for the translation is correct, but so far I have not
heard from anyone. I want to learn and perhaps this is my chance.
I have opened the address above but I don't know what to do with it.
I am not very literate in computer but I am slowly getting there, so I
need some help if you have time.
L.I.F.E. ( Learning Is Fun Eh)
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