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(Ruud Baars) #1

I have been doing a lot to make the Dutch rules better. But all the time, I will run into loads of exceptions. Some errors are even undetectable, since they could be right as well. The language is just too flexible to make catching errors easy.

I have been trying to get people to contribute wrong sentences, but most of the time, they will just come op with only a few theoretical wrong situations, not practical stuff.

Actually, I need people to have a look at sentences that have neither spelling errors, nor errors detected by LT, and report and edit them when wrong. These might be a good feed for new rules.

I will be thinking about this. Does anyone else see the this is useful, or do we have other options?

(Daniel Naber) #2

It’s not trivial, but this kind of data can probably be extracted from the Wikipedia history. Large edits could be ignored, as well as pure typo fixes that a simple spell checker could find.

(Curon Davies) #3

I’ve had some success with this:

(Jan Schreiber) #4

Wow, this looks super useful! I’d love to have this for German.