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Visit the [http://apertium.org Apertium homepage]
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Apertium is a free and open source machine translation platform. You can go to [[Contributing]] to find out how to contribute to the page. [[Resorces]] contains things such as a list of languages and pairs that the platform supports: [[Languages]] among much other miscellaneous information. You can also [[Installation|install apertium, lttoolbox, and some language pairs]] or just use our [http://apertium.org Apertium homepage]. If you're from Google Code-in, go ahead to [Task_ideas_for_Google_Code-in/Getting_started]. You can also adopt a wiki site by contacting a mentor through [[IRC]].

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Apertium is a free and open source machine translation platform. You can go to Contributing to find out how to contribute to the page. Resorces contains things such as a list of languages and pairs that the platform supports: Languages among much other miscellaneous information. You can also install apertium, lttoolbox, and some language pairs or just use our Apertium homepage. If you're from Google Code-in, go ahead to [Task_ideas_for_Google_Code-in/Getting_started]. You can also adopt a wiki site by contacting a mentor through IRC.

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