Kwin pulled the coolest translation interface that I've ever seen for a web
based application out of his a(ble mind|ss) last week. Skipping the
implementation details, when one has translation privileges on the system,
one highlights translatable text, hits "t" on ones keyboard, and then enters
the new translation mapping for that chunk of text. The next time one reloads
the page, the new translation shows up.
In other Gadgets news we have email integration (with attachments and mime-type
recognition) in place for the wiki/blog that we've written, which, after being
re-factored, is configurable and usable for all future Gadgets that are
Okay, in my previous entry I said that the xml-comma.org site would migrate to
a Gadgets site last week. It did, in a sense (we set up gadgets.xml-comma.org
as a Gadgets Wiki site), but the public migration of DNS won't happen until
we've migrated all the content. If you are interested in checking out the
Blog/Wiki/Email/Translation Gadgets that we've written, drop me a line and
I'll set you up with a preview account on gadgets.xml-comma.org!
-- Douglas Hunter