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February 2021

Created a pull request in CLARIAH/usecases that received 3 comments

added use case for providing language & speech webservices at CLST

@HenkvdHeuvel: Kan je je in deze use case vinden? Dit somt een beetje onze webservice infrastructuur en deployment oplossing op. Zie https://github…

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Created an issue in proycon/folia that received 6 comments

Regression: Text consistency breakage since FoLiA v2.4.1

We introduced a problem with #88 that breaks backward compatibility. In Nederlab we have a file with (note all the spacing and newlines): <t>Van d…


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