Apertium projects I'm involved in
|apertium-kir||Kyrgyz||14,424||~90.4%||developed almost entirety of morphotactics and morphophonology|
|apertium-kaz||Kazakh||36,595||~94.5%||developed much of morphotactics and morphophonology|
|apertium-tat||Tatar||55,702||~91%||helped develop morphotactics and morphophonology|
|apertium-bak||Bashqort||46,501||~66%||helped develop morphotactics and morphophonology|
|apertium-tyv||Tuvan||11,695||~92.7%||developed most of morphophonology|
|apertium-chv||Chuvash||10,267||~85%||helping develop morphotactics and morphophonology|
|apertium-kum||Qumuq||4,918||~90.2%||helping develop morphophonology and add stems|
|apertium-sah||Sakha||11,531||~89.6%||helping develop morphophonology|
|apertium-nog||Noğay||1,385||~81.4%||helping develop morphophonology|
|apertium-kaa||Qaraqalpaq||25,545||~81.4%||helping develop morphophonology|
|apertium-uig||Uyğur||17,585||~54.2%||developing morphotactics and morphophonology|
|apertium-tuk||Turkmen||2,988||~70.7%||helped develop morphotactics and morphophonology|
|apertium-khk||Halh||441||~50.6%||working on morphotactics and morphophonology|
|apertium-bua||Buryat||217||~34.8%||began morphotactics, morphophonology, and lexicon|
|apertium-alt||Altay||203||~52.68%||most of it|
|apertium-sjo||Sibe||52||began morphotactics, morphophonology, and lexicon|
|apertium-kaz-tat||Kazakh-Tatar||~88.7%, ~87%||oversaw development|
|apertium-kaa-uzb||Qaraqalpaq-Uzbek||a pair I'd like to see|
I consider khk-kaz, uzb-kir, and kaa-uzb to be pairs that are particularly socially and politically important.
For interaction with students regarding Apertium-related matters, I prefer IRC (public channels preferred to individual chat), GitHub issues, and email (in that order).
For less work-related matters (off-topic chatter, or even pinging to look at something more urgently), I'm okay being pinged on Hangouts, Signal, and WhatsApp (in that order).
I am also happy to use Zoom, PSTN, and Skype (in that order) as other modes of communication.
You can contact me one of these ways (probably start in the #apertium IRC channel) to inquire about other methods.
Timezone: I'm in EDT/EST (UTC-4/UTC-5), but the time(s) of day I'm available depend on a lot of factors. Just check with me for a given period of time.