User talk:Mstrum

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I fixed quite a few things in the common.js page:

  1. Fixed the comment code so it works normal again
  2. Fixed the 'insert language list' so the user doesn't have to manually input the page name
  3. Better organized the grammar template code so it looks neater when viewing it on the common.js page
  4. The grammar template now includes the 'language list' at the bottom.

--Bluesoju 00:39, 30 April 2009 (UTC)

Fixing everything

What was causing the templates to break?? I saw you managed to fix about everything. Also you said you installed an extension for listing the top contributors but I don't see it anywhere. You're not on msn, so I left a message here. --Bluesoju 02:56, 1 July 2009 (UTC)

hello

matt, it's the webmaster at ezcorean.com I can share my grammar entries with you, which are using the same license as you have (the Creative Commons one), because I just merged in the grammar entries from http://parksguide.blogspot.com/ . I'm referring to the grammar setup at http://ezcorean.com/korean_grammar not to the verb endings which I have. Then may help save a lot of your time cutting and pasting if I can give you the full database dump for those entries?

I could do the same for the endings as well, of which I have about 470 and 790 follow-ups, like you can see at http://ezcorean.com/all_grammar.php . If you wanted to add the explanations or examples I have taken from books, you are welcome to do that, as well.

I understand the concept of community and the sharing of knowledge. Everything great in the world was accomplished by people working together. And I'm glad to see you have the right license. So, I am all about collaboration, believe me, but I'm not sure what you're trying to accomplish by reinventing the wheel here. The two of you may install the forum you have listed on your to-do page. Maybe you will even be interested in your site in a year. Web sites do come and go, but communities should survive.

It's just a pain to have to add your examples to my already existing entries, because it makes my site a failure. Maybe your wiki approach will be a breaker.

I translate Korean sometimes, a few times a week, for a certain company, and I need answers sometimes else I get in trouble when the client complains.

The 3 of us building a community at ezcorean would be possible. My offer is just to use my site, and then build a community over there. If you are in it for pride or the male collection/ownership thing, though, that's can get in the way of collaboration. Or, if you have problems with my site (appearance, maybe, or lack of functionality, or stuff seems broken) ... I just want to wish you good luck either way.

Good luck.

Sincerely,

Joseph