Has anyone used (deployed) open source server-based terminology software?
Thread poster: Artem Vakhitov

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Estonia
English to Russian
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Mar 14, 2017

I wonder if anyone here has used (as in: deployed) open source server-based terminology software, such as this: http://www.wiki.mi.fh-dortmund.de/cts2/

Tell me about your experiences.


 


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