List of Apertium mentors
We know that some people might be interested in working on Apertium, but not know where to start. We have lots of documentation, but sometimes what you really want to do is sit down and have a chat and ask questions with someone who knows a lot about the project. You might want to tell them what your skills are, what you think you are good at, and ask if they have any ideas for how you might get started.
If you decide to contact one of our mentors, the best way would be either on IRC, or by emailing them. Each mentor has a link next to their name that allows you to write them an email (but you'll need an account on the Wiki first!).
|..||Francis Tyers (email)||spectie, spectei, spectre||English, Spanish, Catalan||Under-resourced, regional, and marginalised languages.||Hi, I'm a PhD student at the Universitat d'Alacant. Apart from my passion for machine translation I also love punk music and languages in general -- if you ask me about Basque you will see my eyes light up. I am a also pretty crazy about free software and free culture.|