Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Tatoeba is back up (February 28th, 2017)

As of February 28, 2017, Tatoeba is back up. Thank you for your patience yesterday.

Monday, February 27, 2017

Tatoeba is temporarily down (February 27th, 2017)

As of Monday, February 27, 2017, Tatoeba is temporarily down. We don't have more information at this point, but we will try our best to bring the website back online today.

After investigation we found out that the hard drive disappeared on our server. We have submitted a ticket to our web host. We are now waiting.

Saturday, October 17, 2015

Tatoeba update (October 17th, 2015)

** Tatoeba update (October 17th, 2015) **

* Sentences can now be added to a list from the list page.
* Language autodetection is no longer influenced by the number of sentences a user has added in a particular language.
* Including the string "@<username>" in a comment will now cause an e-mail notification to be sent to that user.

* The following languages have been added:
** Northern Sami
** Choctaw
** Kapampangan
** Coastal Kadazan
** Central Dusun
** North Moluccan Malay
** Tongan
** Samoan
** Fijian
** Wolof
** Chechen
** Fiji Hindi
** Ngeq
** Sango

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Tatoeba update (September 30th, 2015)

** Tatoeba update (September 30th, 2015)  **

* Sentences within a list chosen from "Browse by list" now show indirect as well as direct translations.
* When a private message is sent, the recipient is now notified by e-mail.
* The language Tigrinya has been added.

Friday, September 4, 2015

Tatoeba update (September 4th, 2015)

** Tatoeba update (September 4th, 2015) **

* Corpus maintainers can now change the language of a sentence into any language.
* Two page titles that always appeared in English have been replaced by translatable strings.
* The counter for sentences with audio has been fixed.
* Deleted sentences have been removed from the exported list of sentence lists.
* Added is_public field to the exported list of user lists.
* The data for the sentence review feature is now exported.

Monday, August 17, 2015

Tatoeba update (August 17th, 2015)

* Contributors can now adopt sentences from deactivated accounts.

* Contributors can now choose whether to display "(native)" next to sentences by self-identified native speakers.

* The settings page has been reorganized to include an "experimental" category.

* Contributors can now remove their profile picture. Previously, they could only replace it with a different one.

Monday, August 10, 2015

Tatoeba update (August 10th, 2015)

New feature: sentences collection/ratings

 This is a feature that has been discussed a lot, and you can find in the links more detailed information and discussions about this feature:
In short, you can now mark sentences as "OK", "not OK" or "unsure". There are dedicated buttons for it.
When you mark a sentence, it is added to your collection. You can view this collection from the menu under your username, in "My collection".
On the sentence's details page, you will be able to see who marked the sentence, and what rating it was given.

This feature is deactivated by default. In order to activate it, you will need to go to your settings, and check the option " Activate the feature to rate sentences and build your collection of sentences."

There is still a lot of work to be done but now it can be tested in real situations. So please use it and share your thoughts and ideas on how to make it better.

Native owner 

An indicator about the native level of the owner of a sentence is now displayed.

If the owner of a sentence mentioned in his or her profile that he or she is a native speaker of the language of the sentence, you will see "(native)" next to the username.