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For a details about the recently held Toolbox-TypeCraft workshop go to [[Toolbox-TypeCraft_Workshop_Legon_2009]].
For details about the recently held Toolbox-TypeCraft workshop, go to [[Toolbox-TypeCraft_Workshop_Legon_2009]].

Revision as of 13:44, 4 December 2009

For details about the recently held Toolbox-TypeCraft workshop, go to Toolbox-TypeCraft_Workshop_Legon_2009.

Upcoming Events

16 - 19 November 2009, Toolbox-TypeCraft workshop at the University of Ghana, Legon, Department of Linguistics. For more information go to the TCwiki page --> Technology for Linguistics.

The workshop consist of a series of separate sessions focusing on computational lexicography and interlinear glossing and digital language documentation on-line.

Previous Events

October 29th - November 1st 2009, Fall developers' meeting in Trondheim, Norway.

Bugs fixed:

  • Login expiration -- login shouldn't expire any more unless you are idle for more than an hour.
  • File upload -- updating existing uploaded files and deleting uploaded files works now.


  • MediaWiki updated to the latest stable version, 1.15.1.

Upcoming goodies:

  • New search interface (to use Google Web Toolkit)
  • Offline client (downloadable from our wiki)
  • Alternative ways of exporting data to MS Word and OpenOffice.org
  • Integration with GOLD
  • New online editor (again Google Web Toolkit)

TypeCraft participates in a workshop on a Cyberinfrastructure for Linguistics:

Cyberling 2009: Towards a Cyberinfrastructure for Linguistics

Workshop on linguistic Tools (existing and future "killer apps")

Friday 17 July — Sunday 19 July, Berkeley University, USA.

Small Tools for Cross-Linguistic Research. Workshop at the University of Utrecht, The Netherlands. June 15th - 16th 2009.

Dorothee Beermann, Pavel Mihaylov. TypeCraft - linguistic data and knowledge sharing. - Open Access in linguistic methodology.


Language Technologies for African Languages, March 31 2009, Athens, Greece.

Workshop at the annual meeting of the European Association for Computational Linguistics

Dorothee Beermann, Pavel Mihaylov Interlinear glossing and its role in theoretical and descriptive studies of African and other lesser­-documented languages

TypeCraft at the International Student Festival - ISFITovation in Trondheim, 26 february 2009

When: 26 February 2009, 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm Where: Realfagbygget, R7, Gloshaugen campus, NTNU. Chairman: Arne Sølvberg, Dean, Faculty of Information Technology, Mathematics and Electrical Engineering, NTNU

Typecraft, Software for minority languages Lulesamisk and Edo. Ota Ogie and Ass. prof. Dorothee Beermann, Department of Language and Communication Studies

University of Surrey, Institute of Advanced Studies Creating Infrastructure for Canonical Typology, 9 January 2009 - 10 January 2009

Dorothee Beermann: From interlinear glossing to standard annotation.

23rd Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics, October 1, 2008, Uppsala University

Dorothee Beermann and Pavel Mihaylov: TypeCraft: Language annotation for human beings


COLING 2008 Manchester, August 24, 2008

Lars Hellan, NTNU: From Grammar-Independent Construction Enumeration to Lexical Types in Computational Grammars at COLING Workshop Grammar Engineering Across Frameworks 2008 (GEAF 2008).

WALC 2008 - July 28 - August 3, 2008

Mary Esther Kropp Dakubu, University of Ghana. The Construction label project: a tool for typological study.

Completed Projects


Annotation and Documentation of LuleSámi between the Institute for Language and Communication Studies at NTNU, Trondheim Norway and the LuleSámi Center Árran