"Glossary-building" KudoZ to be deployed in English to Thai
Thread poster: Enrique Cavalitto

Enrique Cavalitto  Identity Verified
Argentina
Local time: 03:02
Member (2006)
English to Spanish
Jul 31, 2009

Glossary-building KudoZ (GBK) terms, already introduced into other language pairs, will now be available to the English to Thai sub-community.

The primary purpose of GBK questions is to enable the ProZ.com community to together find the best translation of a given term into a given language, and to incorporate the term and its translation into an authoritative multi-lingual glossary which will be made available openly under the Creative Commons "Attribution" license ("CC-by").

A secondary purpose of the new format is to provide opportunities for KudoZ participation (along with the associated benefits of networking, learning and professional differentiation), in pairs and fields in which few questions are currently asked.

Glossary-building questions have several unique structural characteristics, including:

* inclusion of definitions and example sentences
* possible restrictions on who may answer
* a fixed period of time available for answering
* selection of best answer by peers


Glossary-building questions will be run in parallel to the traditional "help" type questions, which will not change in format.

When it comes to building a glossary, the new "Glossary-building" type of question are expected to have the following advantages over the "help-based" type:

* Time pressure is reduced.
* Translations are submitted and evaluated by native translators who are specialized in the particular combination.
* Context is more complete, both in source and target languages, making for a more useful reference.


During the first 72 hours (submission phase) of a GBK question, participation is restricted to users native in the source or target language, having the language pair among their working pairs and at least one of the fields of expertise (principal or additional) among their specialty pairs.

If the question remains open after the first 72 hours, it moves into the selection phase, where participation is enabled for users with the field of expertise among their specialty or working ones.

For more information see http://www.proz.com/faq/terminology_term_help.html#glossary_building_kudoz

The first posted questions are:
http://www.proz.com/kudoz/3382631
http://www.proz.com/kudoz/3382649

Regards,
Enrique


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Soonthon LUPKITARO(Ph.D.)  Identity Verified
Thailand
Local time: 13:02
Member (2004)
English to Thai
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My activity Sep 8, 2015

Enrique Cavalitto wrote:

Glossary-building KudoZ (GBK) terms, already introduced into other language pairs, will now be available to the English to Thai sub-community.

The primary purpose of GBK questions is to enable the ProZ.com community to together find the best translation of a given term into a given language, and to incorporate the term and its translation into an authoritative multi-lingual glossary which will be made available openly under the Creative Commons "Attribution" license ("CC-by").

A secondary purpose of the new format is to provide opportunities for KudoZ participation (along with the associated benefits of networking, learning and professional differentiation), in pairs and fields in which few questions are currently asked.



I am the first one to reply to this post.
I participate in Kudoz and Proz glossary for many years. I recommend Thai translators to participate in this activity to enhance our linguistic ability.

Soonthon L.


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