The LTI Development team handles the numerous programming needs of the Linguistic Team.
While our most immediate focus is on the extensive direct needs of the Linguistic Team, nearly all projects should be designed to be highly modular, customizable and readily available for use by any other teams that wish to make use of them.
Below is a list of active projects:
|Language||Platform||Github Project||URL||Description||Nb. Commits||Last Activity|
|Python||Pootle||Pootle||pootle.linguisticteam.org||Pootle is a free and open web environment for translators. It enables us to translate webpage contents, presentations, PDF files, menus and many other items.||–||–|
|PHP||Laravel||Backend Admin site||sentinel.linguisticteam.org||Meant to help the admin team keeping track of the resources within our care and interact with the various platforms on which they are stored. The API serves various tasks such as retrieving share counts, github stats and LTI translation team stats.||–||–|
|Silex||Frontend site||info.linguisticteam.org||General information about LTI||–||–|
|WordPress||SEO plugin||WP Plugin Directory||Search engine optimization, LTI style!||–||–|
|Dev Blog template||N/A||Template for this blog||–||–|
|Framework agnostic||DotSUB API||–||Using the DotSUB API||–||–|
|JSON-LD markup generator||N/A||Generates json-ld style script tags. (schema.org info encapsulated in JSON)||–||–|
|SRT file parser||caprica.linguisticteam.org||Analyzes and compares subtitle files.||–||–|