Sunday, September 03, 2006

131.000 records in WiktionaryZ

WiktionaryZ has some 131.000 records I was told. This is really astonishing. It demonstrates how effective it is to add a translation this way.. The new articles are created at the same time as the new translation is added. When you compare this to the size of the English and French wiktionaries, they are already 170K and 200K big. Many of this content was created by bots. Much of the WiktionaryZ content was created by the import of the GEMET content. This was some 70.000 articles. Given our current 131.000 it means a 61.000 growht .. WAAUW..



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