Want to help? There are many ways that you can partner with SBBIC.
Keith Taylor – Java programming for Khmer grammar checker
Mao Piseth – Translating SBBIC webpages
Oudam – Translating SBBIC webpages
Rith – proofreading the Khmer wordlist
Soben – The Immortal Khmer Language – proofreading the Khmer wordlist
Wanna – iCambo – proofreading the Khmer wordlist
Ryan – Khemara Times – provided Khmer documents for spelling checking tests
Danny – Colombara.org – provided Khmer documents for spelling checking tests
Alex – ABC Radio Australia – provided Khmer documents for spelling checking tests
Collecting Khmer grammatical rules
We need to collect Khmer grammatical rules to include in the Khmer grammar checker (http://www.sbbic.org/2010/12/04/sbbic-khmer-grammar-checker-using-languagetool). If you are interested in helping, please contact us using the form at the bottom of this page or put rules you have found in the comments on the grammar checker page.
We are in need a Java programmer to modify some scripts in the grammar checker to make it better suited for the Khmer language. If you are interested please contact us using the form at the bottom of this page.
We are in need a C++ programmer to help resolve some LibreOffice bugs that relate to the Khmer (and some minority) language. If you are interested, please contact us using the form at the end of this page.
Proofread the Khmer Spelling Checker Wordlist
Send Us Documents in Khmer
We need to collect as many Khmer electronic documents as we can in order to help improve Khmer spelling checkers and line breakers. If you have any, and we mean ANY electronic documents (it doesn’t matter what font they are in, Limon, ABC, all of them are fine) send them to us so that we can break apart the words and insert them into a Khmer word list to be used by all those who create Khmer spelling checkers and nospace line breakers.
If you have any documents in Khmer help out by sending them to us
Translate SBBIC pages
We will be going through and translating the pages on this site into Khmer, but it is a slow process (and done as we have time). If you have some time and would like to help translate some pages on SBBIC into Khmer please contact us.
Add a SBBIC button to your web page
If you would like to help others to know about the SBBIC website put one of these buttons on your webpage:
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Volunteer Contact Form
Currently we are looking for volunteers to:
- Translate the English portion of our website into Khmer
- Create a Plugin for Microsoft Word to allow the use of Hunspell dictionaries for spell checking (so we can spell check Khmer)
- Programmers to help patch some bugs related to Khmer in LibreOffice
If you are interested, please contact us using the form below: