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Welcome to Lingua Libre, Rdrg109!
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Lingua Libre is a project which aims to build a collaborative multilingual audiovisual corpus under free licence in order to expand knowledge about languages and help online language communities to develop.
You can help us!
You can visit this page if you want to learn more about the project.

Before starting

You can create your User page by clicking on it. We recommend that you integrate the babel template onto it. It is very useful to indicate to others the languages you speak, and to facilitate finding other persons speaking your languages. If you are not familiar with wikicode, you can go to this demo User page, read the instructions and copy the prepared babel template, and then paste it onto your user page before adapting it to your information. You can then publish your User page!

Where to start?
  • Follow the steps of the Record Wizard
  • Think of the words you want to record. You may enter them one by one (live list), use an existing category from a Wiktionary or Wikipedia project, or create your own list.
Do you need help?

You can visit this help page where you will find advice for beginning your contributions on Lingua Libre. If you did not find the answer to your question, please ask it in the Chat room.

Good practice
  • Try to avoid background noises during the recording
  • Please listen to the pronunciations before uploading them
  • Consider using an external microphone

Best regards! Pamputt (talk) 10:25, 3 January 2022 (UTC)

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See also meta:User:Adélaïde_Calais_WMFr/2022-2023_Lingualibre_wishlist.

Hello Rdrg, I'm following up on Adelaide wishlist where you submitted the following idea (I reworded it):

“Create a list generator based on Wikidata lexeme's words and sentences with no Property:P443 `audio pronunciation`. See also Property:P5831 `usage example`. Note: 2022/03/18, only 1 usage example has a pronunciation audio ; of the 129,942 English forms, only 340 have pronunciation audios (i.e. ~0.26%). More statistics here.”

I noticed you blanked d:User:Rdrg109/0/13. Given the history I assume I should now use d:User:Rdrg109/1/13, right ?
Also, what your are thinking about is likely a "word list generator" standing upon your SPARQL queries. Cc-@0x010C, VIGNERON, Olaf, & Poslovitch who may know better how to proceed to create a generator or to point you toward the relevant code. If I'm right and given you already have the SPARQL queries, it could be either a single day hack or a one week development 🎉 and a good hacking opportunity. Yug (talk) 17:47, 2 June 2022 (UTC)

Generator are shown in Special:RecordWizard's step 3, on the right side.
They use JS code, either from
Yug (talk) 19:19, 2 June 2022 (UTC)
Ok! I got some info from VIGNERON. He as myself haven't been able to male the MediaWiki JS codes works, ever.
Given 0x010C added the RW extension module in May 2020, and desactivated the MediaWiki JS gadget on June 2020, I suspect updates or else made the MediaWiki JS option non-functional.
Yet ! As a hack, VIGNERON reports it could easily be replace by a SPARQL query in ExternalTools. Go on Special:RecordWizard, step 3, chose "ExternalTools" option (bottom right) and paste the Wikdiata query URL " * WHERE {%0A%20 %3Fid dct%3Alanguage wd%3AQ12107 %3B wikibase%3Alemma %3Flabel .%0A}%0ALIMIT 10" (Q12107 being Breton, replace it to change the language). Yug (talk) 16:02, 4 June 2022 (UTC)