|Subject:||Re: [Varnamproject-discuss] Varnam GSOC ideas|
|Date:||Fri, 13 Feb 2015 10:48:17 +0530|
Yes. That is a good idea. But it is usable only till varnam gets all the language support. I think as part of GSOC, we should target for something which can serve long term. Like the stemmer implementation.
I was thinking getting varnam into mobile space and integrate it with Indic keyboard a new varnam keyboard altogether. What do you think about this?
Or rewrite the learning algorithm so that learned data takes less space. This is critical when getting into the mobile space and offline editing. Currently, Kannada learned file takes about 21Gb of space.
> On 12-Feb-2015, at 9:20 pm, Kevin Martin <address@hidden> wrote:
> I was wondering about a few project ideas related to varnam for students this year. When soorej and I was working on the inscript support soorej had to modify the scheme file. He mentioned that it would be nice if we had a GUI tool that makes it easy to write the scheme file. Can this be a GSOC project idea, perhaps of a lower priority? Maybe we can add a few more related tasks to this.
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