Slovenian SignPuddle software for your students...
sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Fri Jan 13 17:25:55 UTC 2012
January 13, 2012
Hello Dusan and Alan!
Thank you for mentioning SignWriting software, Alan…
Dusan, do you know about SignPuddle Online? It is free software. You can write your own signs in SignWriting and save them in a dictionary file, or you can write your own documents in Slovenian Sign Language, and save them as Literature files…
To get started, go to:
and scroll down and click on the Slovenian flag to go to the Slovenian Dictionary file…
Slovenian Dictionary File
I see there are 17 entries in there already, so perhaps you are the one who has added the Slovenian signs?
To add more signs, click on SignMaker icon to start writing new signs and adding them to the dictionary -
If you have questions, write here to the List and we are happy to answer them -
It will be wonderful to have a Slovenian SignPuddle with many signs in it!
On Jan 13, 2012, at 7:32 AM, Alan Post wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 13, 2012 at 08:28:15AM +0100, dusan.dvorscak wrote:
>> Dear friends
>> my name is Dusan Dvorscak from Slovenia. I am
>> a teacher in the School for deaf Ljubljana.
>> I would like to participate in Signwriting Literacy Project
>> so in*attachment you we find my letter of intent.
>> I hope it is good enough, otherwise please
>> let me know what I have to do further.
>> Thank you for the opportunity.
>> Best regards
>> dusan dvorscak
> Dusan, welcome!
> Now that you've set your intention to participate, do you have an
> idea of what problem you'd like to work on? Is there any feature
> or capability not present in the SignWriting project that you'd
> like to have?
> The source code has just been put on github, if you're interested
> in Investigating the technical platform.
> There is always work to do using the software: adding vocabulary,
> curating the content we have, or writing and recording documents.
> If no work is immediately obvious, just start using it! As you
> get practical experience working with the software you'll get a
> feel for where the boundaries are. Explore them!
> Glad to have you here, I hope you help us with the constant process
> of making SignWriting.
> .i ma'a lo bradi cu penmi gi'e du
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