[sw-l] oops - I need to fix an ASL-signpuddle entry!
Kimberley A. Shaw
kshaw at WELLESLEY.EDU
Wed Jun 15 15:28:48 UTC 2005
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, just
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 they see
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
>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...
>On Jun 15, 2005, at 5:01 AM, Kimberley A. Shaw wrote:
>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
>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 activities,
>not to people or animals."
>Sorry to be a sloppy dictionary contributor! I hope this will be my only
>contribution to need so many after-the-fact changes.
>Kim from Boston
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