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Friday, September 13th 2013, 12:39pm

"framed" html webpages for using both amara/dotsub (transcription) and google-doc (for annotations) simultaneously

hi!

recently with Randi and Lizardman i were experimenting a kind of "tool" that might be useful, and perhaps would be great having it soon available at http://members.linguisticteam.org somehow and somewhere.

since long time i have an account at Altervista (a kind of free webhost, like Tripod or Geocities, without annoying ads, and which we can make our html-based experiences very easily), (and perhaps, btw, would be great if linguisticteam could have a webhost feature available as well?)

like this: http://nitrofurano.altervista.org/rbe/lti/e7csUQyIEq8.html

and the html code for this is as simple as:

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<html>
<frameset cols="50%,*"><frame src="
  http://www.amara.org/en/videos/pjZySQFNP1tg/en/423941/
"><frame src="
  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FcRWkdcqrPbjNzslY_OG4FzOQDjsG4Z7IYq16CNBcDA/edit
"></frameset>
</html>


what do you all think? this would be some kind of php-based script that could create a link like this, based on entering 2 weblinks (one with the transcription/translation/proofread, and the other with the annotations)

the idea is having all these annotations in just one place (like as comments on the google-doc), instead of (i think) inefficiently dumping hundreds of questions on the respective LTI forum threads, and getting lost among them

what do you all think?
thanks and cheers! :)

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