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(New page: '''Dicts.info''' is a site where you can find many bilingual and multilingual dictionaries. The copyright is non-free, "This file is for personal use only. You may not distribute this file...)
 
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'''Dicts.info''' is a site where you can find many bilingual and multilingual dictionaries. The copyright is non-free, "This file is for personal use only. You may not distribute this file. ", but appears to include elements of copyrighted dictionaries under free licences (such as Wiktionary), and dictionaries and wordlists non-free licences. It is recommended that '''dicts.info''' is not used as a source for Apertium bilingual dictionaries.
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'''Dicts.info''' is a site where you can find many bilingual and multilingual dictionaries. The dictionaries are copyrighted, and the licence is non-free, "This file is for personal use only. You may not distribute this file". Furthermore, the dictionary appears to include elements of copyrighted dictionaries under free licences (such as Wiktionary), and dictionaries and wordlists non-free licences. It is recommended that '''dicts.info''' is not used as a source for Apertium bilingual dictionaries due to legal issues.
   
   

Revision as of 23:01, 20 April 2008

Dicts.info is a site where you can find many bilingual and multilingual dictionaries. The dictionaries are copyrighted, and the licence is non-free, "This file is for personal use only. You may not distribute this file". Furthermore, the dictionary appears to include elements of copyrighted dictionaries under free licences (such as Wiktionary), and dictionaries and wordlists non-free licences. It is recommended that dicts.info is not used as a source for Apertium bilingual dictionaries due to legal issues.

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