KMP schrieb am 28.02.2014, 12:33
Yes, we should be doing this with CAT software (you can be the first to say "we told you so"), but for now are simply working in the browser. Perhaps once I get to the construction pages I'll change my mind.
My analysis of the content shows that using CAT will provide very little benefit in terms of translation speed (of the 30 000 words in non-repeating segments, only 2000 words are in partially repeating segments). CAT can certainly help to preserve formatting, but that can be handled near the end of the project anyway. The biggest advantage that one might have from CAT is to help maintain consistency of terminology... but even that is not a problem and can be corrected towards the very end of the translation project. So, don't sweat -- the per-page method used at this time is perfectly okay.
And most of the repetitions are in the headings anyway. Have a look... I created a version for you in which all repeating segments are marked with tripled brackets: http://wikisend.com/download/595518/doku.zip
(7 days, password bien234) (note: this version contains formatting loss). Just so that you can see that the current method of translation is perfectly sane.
For inspections you would have to first unstack them (both the old and the new).
Well, I suppose they wouldn't be literally stacked, but rather rest inside tight-fitting shelves, so you should be able to take out the bottom one without unstacking the rest, and if this happens inside a bee house, then there is bound to be some kind of pulley system to help lift and lower the boxes. One advantage that I've read about with the stacked Kreiner hives is that hives share the heat.
Sorry, I can't offer you more just now (I'd have to review the history myself), but I've got other work that needs to be completed in the next 13 days...
That's okay, I was just wondering about the exact difference between the hives, i.e. whether the Klein hive is radically different from the original hive (i.e. the same box but an entirely different method)... in the same way that many people now practice "Warré" beekeeping that has nothing in common with Warré's methods except for the shape of the hive. I guess my question was meant to be: is this an entirely new concept, or is it simply a modern version of the Kreiner?