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I am Kevin Brubeck Unhammer.

In Apertium, I work on

I've studied computational linguistics / NLP at the University of Bergen, developed grammar checkers and Norwegian WordNets for Kaldera språkteknologi AS, and worked on Saami machine translation and corpus crawling for the University of Tromsø.

Me on the web:

I have an Apertium /wishlist.

♪ Unhaaamer Unhaaamer, He beat the Hun by luck.

Unhaaamer Unhaaamer, he's smarter than a duck ♪


They've a temper, some of them—particularly verbs: they're the proudest
—adjectives you can do anything with, but not verbs—however, I can
manage the whole lot of them! Impenetrability! That's what I say!
— Humpty Dumpty

<Unhammer> Every time I start working on a new Apertium lang. pair, I get water damage in my apartment.
<spectie> Unhammer, are you sure you want to start working on ht-en
<spectie> what with your precarious plumbing situation ?
<Unhammer> back to sme-nob, hopefully averting more water damage
  <miri> now the internet is back
  <miri> but there's no water in my building
  <miri> I hope there is no correlation ;)
<Unhammer>  [-#Ipmil-] {+Ipmil+}
<Unhammer> blasphemy

the warm soft short pants of the quick-scribbler: the vocative lapse from which it begins and the accusative hole in which it ends itself

– JJ

There are a number of languages spoken by human beings in this world.

– Harald Tveit Alvestrand, in RFC 1766, "Tags for the Identification of Languages"

IRC looks much better with some rage.