Projects / QaMoose


QaMoose is an English/Arabic user-defined dictionary mechanism that is meant to be used by translators and technical writers in order to establish and retain consistent content (the content is envisioned to come from Arabeyes' Wordlist project). Its two modes include a public DICT Web client alongside a means to suggest and correct terms locally. All code is UTF-8 friendly. There is also an 'admin' page which allows you to apply for a term inspector/approver position.

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Recent releases

  •  24 Aug 2004 08:13

    Release Notes: This release features the addition of a light-weight CGI client (miniQ). It introduces various user-input limitations, various structural changes, and various bugfixes.

    •  01 Oct 2003 19:25

      Release Notes: Addition of a client Web interface to access DICT servers. An admin download option of all approved suggested terms has been added. There are various bugfixes.

      •  16 Apr 2002 15:12

        Release Notes: A JavaScript-based Arabic virtual keyboard was added. A charity note was added to the license file.

        •  11 Jan 2002 03:13

          Release Notes: UTF-8 input checks on form and upload inputs, SuperAdmin mail notification upon user application, and a MassResolve option (single-click action for all pending terms).

          •  15 Nov 2001 21:24

            Release Notes: The ability for admins/approvers to upload new terms in bulk (file upload through the web browser) was added.


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