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Wikimedia Wikimeet India 2021/Submissions/Spell4Wiki - Audio upload tool for Wikimedia commons & Multilingual dictionary based on Wiktionary

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Contact details[edit]

  • Your username:

Manimaran96 (talk) 12:33, 23 January 2021 (UTC)[reply]

  • Presenters:


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  • Affiliation

VGLUG & Kaniyam

Your topic[edit]

  • Title:

Spell4Wiki - Audio upload tool for Wikimedia commons & Multilingual dictionary based on Wiktionary

  • Language:

Primarily in English with simultaneous interpretation in local languages

  • Type:


  • Time needed:

20 mins

  • Narrate your plan in details:

Spell4Wiki is a mobile application to record and upload ogg audio files for Wiktionary words to Wikimedia commons. Spell4Wiki also act as a Wiki-Dictionary(Word meaning from Wiktionary). It is a F/LOSS tool being developed by few self-financed, Tamil F/LOSS volunteers and Wikipedians in Tamil Nadu, India. Currently Spell4Wiktionary option shows some languages words only. In future, will available other languages, Indic languages.

  • Introduction about Spell4Wiki app
  • Spell4Wiki Features
  • Development achievements & Current status
  • Benefits & Needs
  • Showcase with demo
  • Upcoming plans
  • Q/A and Discussion

App link : App link in F-Droid & App link in Play store

More details: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Spell4Wiki

  • Any support you need:

Translator or interpretation during the session may help.

  • How will this session be beneficial for the communities in India?:

I hope this session will improve and increase the number of Wikimedians contributions in India. This app enables an easy way to upload word's pronunciation audio by using mobile devices. Also helps to improve the local language word's pronunciation.


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