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Hi, I have a question about the article count on Malayalam Wikisource. The wiki has around 1600 pages that are over 2K in size, as can be verified here and over 500 pages that are over 12K in size as can be verified here. However, {{NUMBEROFARTICLES}} is just 427, as shown here. Would appreciate if someone could help figure out why it is so... --Jacob 12:42, 16 January 2008 (UTC)Reply

Why this page be defeated-- 12:30, 28 June 2009 (UTC)Reply

Using my own copyrighted article in Wikisource


Shalom. I am the owner of a copyrighted article that I wrote and which was copyrighted by me in the US Library of Congress. I have the document to prove copyright ownership of this article. The article contains my own English translation of Hebrew texts (excerpts gleaned from early Hebrew classical writings) describing the epic visit of the Queen of Sheba to King Solomon, and the riddles that she posed to King Solomon. The entire text is written in Middle English, and, hopefully, the entire episode will be incorporated into a new and separate article on Wikisource, replete with annotations (as provided by the box which toggles text displays of poems), while, at the same time, each box interspersed with short narratives explaining to our readers the general theme or historical background behind each scene described in the box. What makes this article different from the current article on the Queen of Sheba is that this one brings down only the Jewish oral traditions regarding her visit. In my view, the article will bring a new dimension to the way we present written texts and making use of the primary source, coupled with explanatory remarks as are common in every other WP article which describe a certain topic. My question is whether or not this is viewed as acceptable, and what will I need to do to show that I am the owner of this article and that I give my consent for its free use (public use) on Wikipedia? Thank-you in advance.Davidbena (talk) 20:36, 28 January 2015 (UTC)Reply

Per terms of use, you have to release the work under cc-by-sa. Ideally you will do so by officially publishing the work elsewhere with such a license statement. Otherwise, see m:Commons:Permission for a rather universal process.
License is the most important step but also the easiest. Whether you can now add the work to Wikisource depends on the inclusion criteria of the language Wikisource in question. For instance, en.wikisource allows personal translations, while it.wikisource requires works to have been published by a traditional publisher. --Nemo 09:37, 29 January 2015 (UTC)Reply

Assamese wikisource


aswikisource seems to be missing from the table as well as from external statistics. Does anybody know why? Ankry (talk) 12:04, 30 June 2015 (UTC)Reply

@Ankry: I came exactly for the same thing... This wikisource activity seems pretty low but I can't see any reason not to add it. Cdlt, VIGNERON * discut. 09:39, 29 November 2016 (UTC)Reply
If it was added to the list when it was released, I would like to see it. Assamese Wikisourcee seemed to start at 1274, I guess it has only 330 in January 2013. I think it needs to be added to the list because I am curious about the number of pages in this Wikisource 17:43, 28 July 2023 (UTC)Reply

List of language editions


There is now a list at d:Wikidata:Wikisource/Lists/language editions --Jura1 (talk) 13:40, 14 June 2016 (UTC)Reply

Nnapulitano (sic)


How did this get two n's? Please fix. StevenJ81 (talk) 15:09, 23 August 2019 (UTC)Reply

This happens frequently due to the w:Syntactic gemination in 'O nnapulitano. Where do you see the double consonant? I see a single n in most places. Nemo 13:40, 24 August 2019 (UTC)Reply
On this page (the page, not the talk page), in the table, q.v. "nap". StevenJ81 (talk) 15:10, 26 August 2019 (UTC)Reply
This is not an problem. Neapolitan is an ice cream flavor which is chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. Sorry, ignore me, it is not an ice cream flavor there, it is an language. Napulitano means Neapolitan in Neapolitan language. I checked it, it is Napulitano, with just one n in beginning, not two 17:46, 28 July 2023 (UTC)Reply

Nougat: open-source OCR for mathematic/scientific notations


This Twitter thread describes:

Nougat: an open-source OCR model that accurately scans books with heavy math/scientific notations. It's ages ahead of other open OCR options.

It looks promising. Andy Mabbett (Pigsonthewing); Talk to Andy; Andy's edits 11:45, 16 September 2023 (UTC)Reply

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