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T36: Wikisource


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    There's been too much going on lately, for me to post anything on my blog. I've got nothing to say — but that has never stopped me in the past!

    I've been working on adding 2FA to Twyne, but it's slow going because there's too much else happening. I've got all the details figured out, and it's basically working, I just need to find a day or two to get back and tidy up the patch. The rest of Twyne is going well, especially the uploading-with-duplicate-detection: it's meant I've been able to process a good 20GB of stuff in my ~/life/unsorted/ directory!

    Mostly, Wikisource OCR has been top of the list. It's pretty much done, and can be used while editing any Page namespace page on any Wikisource. See a random example here: https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Special:Random/Page?action=edit

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    In this episode we talk to Gavin Willshaw about using WikiSource in the Library of Scotland.

    Rebecca explains the Pokemon test and the hero of the Episode are the organisers behind the Arctic Knot conference.

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    The new version of Wikisource Export has been released. The main user-facing improvement is a wider selection of fonts, but there's been lots of work done on the back end (we migrated it to Symfony).