Why doesn't anyone make a collection of questions and answers?
If you've skimmed this Discourse, you'll understand.
People ask the same questions over and over again.
People give the same answers, over and over again!
How long will this repeat itself?
Good if we want to put ourselves through the hassle.
But the fact is that everyone wants an "answer".
I have so many questions:
- What topic should I look at first?
- Isn't there a topic for my language here?
- How many times does one sentence need to be read by how many people?
- Why can others read it 1,000 times and I can only read it 300 times?
- Where is Common Voice's "Report" reported to? Who's going to fix it? When will it be fixed?
- Can't I edit low quality sentences in the source text? Or delete it?
- Can't the pagination of the Collector be specified by number?
- Can't I hide "skipped" sentence? (Whether it's CommonVoice or The Collector.)
- How many people would have to "OK" (or "No") a sentence to be adopted (or rejected)?
- Is "total sentences" the sum of the Collector? (Does that include the source text?)
- When will the adopted sentences be added to the source text?
- Can't I verify the source of the sentence with the Collector?
- Why doesn't Mozilla answer my question written in Japanese! (Yes, they're busy....)
- There's also the question of my language.
Even if the answer is "no" or "can't" or "don't know", a proper answer should be given.
That list of "answers" is!
There's no Q&A on Common Voice. There are no corpus links. In fact, there aren't even topics for each language.
"Why?" I ask the very question itself.
Are we short-handed? Don't we have an idea?
I seek "answers". What are we missing? What do we need?