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focus of ConjuGNU is to create a verb conjugation
program that will be universal (any number of languages) and can
easily be integrated into a grammar program. We are proud to
announce that release 4.0 (arpeggios) is almost completed. Get
the latest build.
Marketing: We have created a series of web headers that you can use to link back this web page. In the future, we will make more of these logos along with marketing instructions. You can submit your ideas by emailing the project lead.
News: -> (20 Jun 2005) Our new logo is finally finished. It can be easily recreated with the GIMP. The old logo, which was also created using the GIMP, has been moved to the web headers directory.
-> (13 Jun 2005) ConjuGNU Project Lead Luke Myers has been invited to present at the 2005 National Youth Leadership Forum in San Jose, California. The outline for his presentation, entitled "Involvement in Open Source," is available on the web. The focus is to be an introduction to student involvement in free software development. The date of the presentation and more detailed information on the topic will become available in the near future.
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|Goals for 4.0 (codename "arpeggios")||
4.0.1 (codename "cacti")
|Goals for 4.2
far off to plan and I don't want to sound too ambitious or set myself
up for failure. This release will probably
build on simple sentences to include compound, complex, and
compound-complex sentences. This will be the first version to
break down sentences into clauses and further down to phrases.
-- information on the lingucomponent project
http://borel.slu.edu/gramadoir/ -- Official page for the An Gramadóir grammar checker
http://danielnaber.de/languagetool/ -- Daniel Naber's LanguageTool