[Ilugc] Centralized Tamil Spell checker for GNU/LINUX
mugunth at gmail.com
Wed Dec 31 16:34:19 IST 2008
On Wed, Dec 31, 2008 at 9:16 AM, Sri Ramadoss M <shriramadhas at gmail.com>wrote:
> It was really heartening to see you code for the cause of Tamil, last
> Saturday. Two years back, while taking up translations work (than coding as
> priority), thought there are lot of techies around and there will be enough
> number of programmers coming forward to code and contribute for Tamil
> seeing discussions in mailing lists around.
> That turned out to be a myth. At times used to feel, even deaf and dumb
> (with due respect to them) used to get more encouragement and contributions
> than people knowing to read, write and communicate effectively in Tamil
There is no point in getting frustrated. Everyone has their own limited time
& have their priorities in life. You cannot demand contributions.
If you dont get good response, you have to look inwards and see how you can
make your project tempting enough for other contributors to jump in.
More important is how motivated you or the creator of the project
is(irrespective of whether u get contribution or not).
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