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From Stuart Swales <stuart.swa...@croftnuisk.co.uk>
Subject Re: Question regarding .AFF in en_GB dictionary
Date Tue, 20 Jan 2015 08:50:37 GMT
Would it be better / correct to say that these were the sources that you
used to verify the spelling of the words you included in the dictionary

Stuart

On 19/01/2015 01:18, Marco A.G.Pinto wrote:
> Hello!
>
> I was wondering if I should write in the en_GB .AFF the source of the
> words since I embraced the project a year ago:
>
> *# Affix file for British English MySpell dictionary**
> **# Also suitable as basis for Commonwealth and European English.**
> **# Built from scratch for MySpell. Released under LGPL.**
> **#**
> # Source of wordlist (Marco Pinto):
> # 1) Oxford Dictionaries;
> # 2) Collins Dictionary;
> # 3) Macmillan Dictionary;
> # 4) Wiktionary (used with caution);
> # 5) Wikipedia (used with caution);
> # 6) Physical dictionaries.
> #
> **# David Bartlett, Andrew Brown,**
> **# Kevin Atkinson, Marco A.G.Pinto.**
> **# R 2.21, 2015-02-XX*
>
>
> Thanks for your time!
>
> Kind regards,
>        >Marco A.G.Pinto
>          ----------------------
>
> -- 

-- 
Stuart Swales


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