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Thread poster: xxxd_vachliot
xxxd_vachliot
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Sep 2, 2008

Hi,

As far as I know, the only way one can go through KudoZ questions of previous years or months is by searching the open glossary. Would it be possible to have a monthly or yearly index of some kind with hyperlinks (like in Yahoo groups) that would allow us to browse through the KudoZ of previous months or years?

Does anyone else see any usefulness in such a feature?

Thanks,
Dimitris


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xxxmediamatrix
Local time: 12:55
Spanish to English
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Yes! Sep 2, 2008

Dim. Vachliotis wrote:
Does anyone else see any usefulness in such a feature?


It would make it an awful lot easier to harvest terminology data in bulk, nicely categorized by language and specialization, as the basis for selling it on the black market.

I rather doubt that the Proz.com management would be very happy with that...

Golden rule of on-line databases: don't let anyone see your data in bulk!

MediaMatrix


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