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WeSay helps non-linguists build a dictionary in their own language. It has various ways to help native speakers to think of words in their language and enter some basic data about them. The program is customizable and task-oriented, giving the advisor the ability to turn on/off tasks as needed and as the user receives training for those tasks. WeSay uses a standard xml format, so data can be exchanged with linguist-oriented tools like FieldWorks. Team members can collaborate via USB flash drive, email, and via network connections.

Distributed teams can all work on the dictionary at the same time,  online or offline, using WeSay's "Send/Recieve" feature.  See image below.

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Support: forum or wiki
Runs on: Linux, Windows
Unicode compatible: Yes
Interface language(s): English, Thai, French, Hindi, Indonesian, Spanish (Castilian), Vietnamese
License: MIT
User group: WeSay Google Group