-- 10:43, 27 March 2011 (UTC)
Wikisource User Group
- Translate this WsUG invitation (thanks to Aarti for writing it!) into the languages you know
- The invitation is meant to be delivered to this list of wikisourcerors, check if we should add someone else!
- Read the new version of the WsUG page, and, if you feel like, add your thoughts about what should we do as a group on the talk page.
What do you think it's the first priority as a group of wikisource users, and what would you like to see accomplished? We'd very much like to understand what wikisourcerors want :-) --Micru (talk) 14:35, 19 July 2013 (UTC)
Wikisource User Group and Community Poll
Hi AniVar. You receive this message because you signed the Wikisource User Group page: the User Group, as you probably know, is being evaluated by the AffCom, and they asked some questions that involve all interested users (as you are :-). Could you please take a moment to read these questions and answers for yourself? It is very important. Moreover, make sure you read and review the Wikisource community poll: we would like it to be filled in by as many users as possible, and we need really your help for that. If you want and can translate it, please write it here. Please contact us if you want to help: Wikisource is an amazing project, and it can be much more amazing if we all work together :-) Thanks! --Aubrey (talk) 08:55, 24 September 2013 (UTC)
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Removed edits on A2K Request page
Hi Anivar, I have removed your edits on the CIS-A2K Request Page to keep the page better organized. Hope this is fine. You have anyhow mentioned the same in the discussion page and could continue to do so. Thanks for update on the exact support you received. --Visdaviva (talk) 09:45, 30 October 2014 (UTC)
Added Technology stack details
Hello Anivar, Thank you for your comment on my grant. I have added technology details. Grants:IEG/Tamil_OCR_to_recognize_content_from_printed_books --balavignesh (talk) 10:47, 3 November 2014 (UTC)
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