For Ron, Jerry, Anny and Marianne....New Library Database...
Marc Girod / Anne-Claude Prélaz
girodmarc at VTX.CH
Thu Sep 4 20:29:10 UTC 2003
You're doing so much for SignWriting... there's no way anyone could ever
complain about your work!!
There's no hurry in publishing my french translation of theSW lessons... as I
still plan to work with deaf adults to add examples in the swiss-french sign
language (we call it LSF: Langue des signes fran ìß ise) before you add it to
the library... I'd also like someone to have a look at my translation as I'm
not quite sure about the exact terms in french to describe some of the
movements... I'll try to find someone who knows french and english (but the
best would be to have someone used to SW... so he (or she) understand what
we're talking about!! )
If there's anyone on the list who does speak french and could have a look at
the french translation of these lessons it would be a great help for me!! If
so... let me know and I'll sen a copy of my word document!!
Thanks again Valerie for all you're doing... and for this great solution of
putting these documents on the library!
(A-Claude in Switzerland...)
Valerie Sutton a *crit :
> SignWriting List
> September 3, 2003
> Dear SW List, Ron, Jerry, Anny in French-Switzerland, and Marianne in
> Brazil -
> Please forgive my silence about publishing the Bible in ASL, plus
> Anny's new translation of our Lessons In SignWriting textbook into
> French and Swiss-French Sign Language...and Marianne's translation and
> additions to the Lessons in SignWriting Textbook in Portuguese and
> I have received your files and I do appreciate it!
> It is obvious that I always have too much to finish, however...that
> does not mean I do not want to publish the materials you have sent me -
> quite the contrary...
> So...Here is my plan:
> 1. I need to complete sending the SignWriting Membership CDs, and
> explain the new "SignBank 2003" (for Everyday Use) to everyone on the
> SW List...
> 2. Then I hope to start placing other textbooks and SignWriting
> documents into the SignBank Library Database to be published in 2004...
> What do I mean by that?
> Well...take a look at the attached diagram...I have changed the name of
> the SignBank Lessons database to "The SignWriting Library"
> database....and your books can be one of the books listed there...Not
> just lessons...but also the Bible in ASL, and other SignWriting
> Literature in a multitude of languages, all searchable and
> printable....That will preserve your work. Plus, later, if I have
> money, I could print them too...but putting them in the database is the
> cheapest right now, since burning a CD is much cheaper than printing
> books...I have no funds at the moment so the CDs are a great way to
> publish without expense...
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