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@@ -11,7 +11,9 @@ <h1>About</h1>
<p><strong>Warning &ndash; the transcripts contain large volumes of graphic,
harrowing testimony about war crimes. We encourage readers looking for a casual
-browse to try the Leveson Inquiry or Shakespeare Plays instead.</strong></p>
+browse to try the <a href="http://leveson.sayit.mysociety.org/">Leveson
+Inquiry</a> or <a href="http://shakespeare.sayit.mysociety.org/">Shakespeare
+Plays</a> instead.</strong></p>
<p>Charles Taylor was the 22<sup>nd</sup> President of Liberia, serving from
1997 until 2003.</p>
@@ -501,9 +503,9 @@ <h2>Closing arguments</h2>
<h2>Verdict</h2>
<ul>
- <li> <a href="/hearing-26-april-2012">Hearing, 26 April 2012</a> </li>
- <li> <a href="/hearing-16-may-2012">Hearing, 16 May 2012</a> </li>
- <li> <a href="/hearing-30-may-2012">Hearing, 30 May 2012</a> </li>
+ <li> <a href="/hearing-26-april-2012-2">Hearing, 26 April 2012</a> </li>
+ <li> <a href="/hearing-16-may-2012-2">Hearing, 16 May 2012</a> </li>
+ <li> <a href="/hearing-30-may-2012-2">Hearing, 30 May 2012</a> </li>
</ul>
<h2>Appeal</h2>
@@ -55,7 +55,7 @@ <h1>Questions</h1>
<ul>
<li>The design is mobile responsive to make reading and navigation pleasant across devices, large and small</li>
<li>Search within an entire database of speeches, for example a whole trial, or everything said by an elected assembly &ndash; better than opening hundreds of PDFs and searching manually.</li>
- <li>Search within one person’s speeches, even if they only speak occasionally.</li>
+ <li>Search within one person’s speeches, even if they only speak occasionally; and each speech is linked to a person, making it easy to see everything someone has said.</li>
<li>Easily share links to a single session (for example at a trial), or even a single speech within a session.</li>
<li>Make your transcripts more likely to show up clearly in search engines.</li>
<li>There’s an API for people who want to do more advanced text processing.</li>
@@ -73,21 +73,36 @@ <h1>Questions</h1>
<a href="#7">#</a>
</dt>
<dd>
- <p>In web development, and ‘Alpha’ is the name for a release of a piece of software which is far from complete. In the case of SayIt, we are launching early so that we can learn more about what features people want us to build, and which are less important. SayIt will enter Beta when we are able to share the transcript authoring interface with users.</p>
+ <p>In web development, ‘Alpha’ is the name for a release of a piece of
+ software which is far from complete. In the case of SayIt, we are launching
+ early so that we can learn more about what features people want us to
+ build, and which are less important. SayIt will enter Beta when we are able
+ to share the transcript authoring interface with users.</p>
</dd>
<dt id="8">
Aren’t transcripts sort of old fashioned? Isn’t everything video now?
<a href="#8">#</a>
</dt>
<dd>
- <p>Online video is definitely amazing stuff. But text transcripts offer certain virtues too, which is makes them still valuable. if you want to know whether a committee has been talking about you, or you want to subscribe to be sent alerts when your street gets mentioned by powerful people, then written transcripts, made of nicely structured data are hard to beat. The ideal system would clearly mix both, and being open source we hope that SayIt forms a foundation for such systems in future.</p>
+ <p>Online video is definitely amazing stuff. But text transcripts offer
+ certain virtues too, which makes them still valuable. If you want to
+ know whether a committee has been talking about you, or you want to
+ subscribe to be sent alerts when your street gets mentioned by powerful
+ people, then written transcripts, made of nicely structured data are hard
+ to beat. The ideal system would clearly mix both, and being open source we
+ hope that SayIt forms a foundation for such systems in future.</p>
</dd>
<dt id="9">
Is SayIt open source? Does it use open standards or open data?
<a href="#9">#</a>
</dt>
<dd>
- <p>SayIt is open source, licensed under the Affero GPL, and you can check out the code in <a href="https://github.com/mysociety/sayit">our GitHub repo</a>. The data standard we use is a subset of the Akoma Ntoso data standard &ndash; a standard developed specifically for use in parliaments and assemblies.</p>
+ <p>SayIt is open source, licensed under the Affero GPL, and you can check
+ out the code in <a href="https://github.com/mysociety/sayit">our GitHub
+ repo</a>. The data standard we use is a
+ <a href="/about/developers">subset of the Akoma Ntoso</a> data standard
+ &ndash; a standard developed specifically for use in parliaments and
+ assemblies.</p>
</dd>
<dt id="10">
Can I write a parser that loads data directly into SayIt on a daily or weekly basis?
@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ <h1>How to get your transcripts online</h1>
transcripts as part of your own website.</li>
</ul>
- <p>Either of these options will take access to technical skills, so
+ <p>Either of these options will require technical skills, so
again we ask that you <a href="/about/community">get in
touch</a> to see if we can hook you up.</p>
</dd>
@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ <h1>How to get your transcripts online</h1>
<dd>
<p>Not just yet, but if you would like to do this, we’d <a href="/about/community">love to hear
from you</a>. If you produce minutes for regular meetings, we’d love to
- talk to you about how we can build our transcript-making interface as
+ talk to you about how we can make our transcript-making interface as
good as possible.</p>
<p>If you&rsquo;d like to be informed when new developments such as
@@ -47,7 +47,9 @@ <h2>{% trans "SayIt makes it easy to search, browse and share transcripts" %}</h
<li><a href="http://charles-taylor.sayit.mysociety.org/" class="taylor-icon">{% trans "Read the <strong>Charles Taylor Trial</strong> transcripts" %}</a></li>
<li><a href="http://shakespeare.sayit.mysociety.org/" class="shakespeare-icon">{% trans "Read the <strong>Plays of Shakespeare</strong>" %}</a></li>
</ul>
- <p class="coming-soon-heading">One of our African partners will be the first to use SayIt as an integrated Django app when they launch a parliamentary monitoring site &ndash; watch this space</p>
+ <p class="coming-soon-heading">One of our African partners will be the
+ first to use SayIt as an integrated Django app when they launch their
+ parliamentary monitoring site &ndash; watch this space</p>
</div>
</div>
</div>
@@ -158,7 +160,14 @@ <h2>{% trans "We're sure you have questions" %}</h2>
<dt>Does SayIt support languages other than English?</dt>
<dd>mySociety is an international organisation, and we’re very keen to get the first non-English transcripts online as soon as possible. Please contact us if you want to help us launch a non-English SayIt site.</dd>
<dt>Is SayIt open source? Does it use open standards or open data?</dt>
- <dd>SayIt is open source, licensed under the Affero GPL, and you can check out the code in <a href="https://github.com/mysociety/sayit">our GitHub repo</a>. The data standard we use is a subset of the Akoma Ntoso data standard &ndash; a standard developed specifically for use in parliaments and assemblies.</dd>
+
+ <dd>SayIt is open source, licensed under the Affero GPL, and you
+ can check out the code in
+ <a href="https://github.com/mysociety/sayit">our GitHub
+ repo</a>. The data standard we use is a
+ <a href="/about/developers">subset of the Akoma Ntoso</a> data
+ standard &ndash; a standard developed specifically for use in
+ parliaments and assemblies.</dd>
</dl>
</div>

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