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On 09/16/2011 02:27 PM, Andreas Mantke wrote:

Am Freitag, 16. September 2011, 18:19:50 schrieb webmaster for Kracked Press
Now who is the one that will be "authorized" to upload the dictionaries
that I have listed on the
""; page?  All 180+ of them?

I just "some how" fixed the Bulgarian dictionary for one user, and I did
some editing of an English one to reflect the most recent dictionary
work list.  But, that is only 2 of over 180+ dictionaries including over
20 localized Spanish dictionaries.

I do not know if I would be the one to upload them or would someone from
TDF or LO need to do that?
we need for the dictionaries in total or (better) for every language a responsible
member who create a project and upload and maintain the release(s). I think that
should one of the language team (or the l10n-team).

The problem is most of the dictionaries are now old and not likely updated.

I would not mind keeping an eye out for spelling list updates from place where most of them seem to coming from. I have seen some of the non-English language ".dic" files that are more up-to-date than what are in the current dictionary .oxt files. I updated an English one with a word list that was more up-to-date than anything else out there.

I just fixed, in some way, the Bulgarian one. [maybe the process I use fixed part of the errors].

Any option if the dictionary has not been worked on for 4 or 5 years?

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