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a comment on the Instant Answer Idea Translator 3 years and 3 months ago
There is anothe open-source tool called apertium, who is the equivalent to google translate.
It actually can translate into 40 pairs of languages, it has even an API :)
http://wiki.apertium.org/wiki/Apertium_w...
https://www.apertium.org
a comment on the Instant Answer Idea Translator 3 years and 3 months ago
It would be interesting to use a open-source tool like http://tatoeba.org

It's like a wiki, where anyone can contribute to translate in their own language a sentence or create a new one. It' all about sentences.

On the long run, they will create an API to use in other projects. It seems promising to me.
a reply to a comment on the General Rambling Gamers 3 years and 3 months ago
a reply to a comment on the General Rambling Gamers 3 years and 3 months ago
Forget windows!
http://www.rtcwcoop.com/
a reply to a comment on the General Rambling few ideas which will make searching easier and faster 3 years and 3 months ago
I also suggested half a year to use the wayback machine API to see cached web pages
https://duck.co/forum/thread/7309/cached...

I use it a lot in junction with duckduckgo, so if the ddg has it implemented it would be a win for me, and surely for a lot of people.
a reply to a comment on the General Rambling FOSS donation nominations, 2015 edition 3 years and 3 months ago
http://protonmail.ch

They encrypt all mail messages and they are at Switzerland, where data protection laws are very restrictive. They also assure end-to-end encryption, so the data is already encrypted by the time it reaches their servers. They cannot decrypt the encrypted messages and as result, and so, they cannot share them with third parties.

You can send mails to other non-protonmail users and encrypt the message by giving a password to your interlocutor, and the mail you send it's a mere link to a webpage where the other side must enter that password in order to see the message. This webpage will be deleted in the time you specify.

They, as duckduckgo, has their motto: We don't track our users.

Seems a nice service, I'm using it from a month or so and it works pretty fine, but we're so few people that at the moment, I've sent a few encrypted messages...
a comment on the General Rambling Cached results a la Google cache via wayback machine 3 years and 9 months ago
The idea is to include somewhere in the DIV of the result a option to a cached link. Just like in google.
Today linuxquestions.org was down and I had to go to google in order to access to the cached page. As google web cache is damn slow, I copied the URL and pasted it on waybackmachine. This service is pretty faster than google's one.

I know there is a bang !cache, but it does not do the job. I do not want to make a search on google's cache, but to access to a cached page which has the same search terms than not cached web pages. And it would be perfect NOT to use google' services at all. So I digged a bit and discover that waybakmachine has its own API.

https://archive.org/help/wayback_api.php

So it would be great to include in each result the latest cached page on waybckmachine.
a reply to a comment on the General Rambling Filter search results by date 3 years and 10 months ago
Yes it seems that sort:date returns a very reduced results list and it's not the same to sort the results than obtain a results within a range date.

This feature is very interesting and necessary for many users.
a comment on the Instant Answer Idea DuckDuckGo E-mail 3 years and 10 months ago
Not on the radar, I know. But mailpile would be a perfect front end
https://demo.mailpile.is/in/inbox/

When the time comes, I can (and I would love) help to make this feature a reality :)
a comment on the token [webelieve] %s believe in %s and %s. in the domain DuckDuckGo.com for the language Spanish of Spain 5 years and 3 months ago
La frase: "We believe in better search and no tracking." Se traduciría como "Creemos en una búsqueda mejor y sin rastreos."
En dicho caso, no se me ocurre como poder incluir el primer %s, porque decir "Nosotros creemos en una búsqueda mejor y sin rastreos" me suena antinatural.
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