[sw-l] oops - I need to fix an ASL-signpuddle entry!
sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Wed Jun 15 15:44:43 UTC 2005
June 15, 2005
I just sent an email to you, Kimberley, with the link so you can
establish your password...Once you have done that, click on the
Dictionary Editors icon and login (down at the bottom of the web
page) and from there, in the Dictionary Editors area, search for the
sign you want to fix and you have many options ;-)
SignPuddle in like a community of users, and none of us are perfect.
These are not officially published dictionaries, but instead a
workplace for us to share signs...so do not worry...it is best that
you become an Editor because we all are so busy and to fix people's
signs is hard for me to keep up with...it is better that you be
independent and that is how you will become more skilled with
SignWriting too..we can discuss signs you have questions about, here
on the SW List...so use SignPuddle to refer to signs you have
So welcome as an Editor!!
On Jun 15, 2005, at 8:28 AM, Kimberley A. Shaw wrote:
Okay, that sounds like a good next step, if I can fix my own goofs!
Just feels a little strange, as ASL is still very much a new language to
me, and there are so many much-more fluent people already out there,
wasn't sure if it is appropriate for the equivalent of a university
2nd-year student to do so.
So long's I don't go creating more goofs!
And so ... folks should *please* feel free to let me know when/if
a mistake from a "Kim from Boston" ASL-dictionary entry!!
sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu on Wednesday, June 15, 2005 at 10:50 AM
> SignWriting List
> June 15, 2005
> Would you like to become an Editor, Kimberley? I can send you an
> email that gives you a link to establish your password and you will
> then be able to delete and rename signs...Right now, without being an
> editor, you can re-load the sign into SignMaker and change it and add
> it as a second entry to the dictionary...but to get rid of the first
> entry you will need to be an editor...
> Val ;-)
> On Jun 15, 2005, at 5:01 AM, Kimberley A. Shaw wrote:
> Hello all:
> can somebody with editorial powers please fill in the "a" hand in the
> sign "great"? The hand should be facing away from the signer, not
> Also, a kiss accompanies the outward motion ... and so, would I
> need two
> facial circles, one for expression and the other for the action? Or
> drop the "smile" expression & put in the "kiss" symbol?
> Also, a better name/definition than "great" would be "love something",
> defined as "to love, like very much -- applied to objects or
> not to people or animals."
> Sorry to be a sloppy dictionary contributor! I hope this will be my
> contribution to need so many after-the-fact changes.
> Kim from Boston
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