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russellallen
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We’re basically ready I think for the 2014.11 release.

During the week I added some typo fixes that I had missed, and rebuild 2014.11-d2 release.

All the files are at:

http://openenglishbible.org/oeb/2014.11-d2/

Unless someone finds something showstopping, I will rename it 2014.11 next weekend and do a blog and facebook announcement.

I would like to dedicate each release to someone - not necessarily a recognised saint or holy person but someone relevant to the work we're doing. Since we're adding Ruth and Esther I suggest that we dedicate this release to Julia E. Smith, the first woman to translate the entire Bible into English. An active suffraget, she finished her version in the 1850s, and it was privately published in 1876.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_Evelina_Smith
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_E._Smith_Parker_Translation
http://bibles.wikidot.com/smithjulia

What think ye?

Also, I patched Digital Bible Society's BibleBrowser3 which we use for our study app and offered patch upstream to John Dyer.

I’m still looking for a suitable iOS app. We are on the Sword PocketSword app; I tried to contact Nic Carter, its developer, on integrating it better with the OEB.  It would be nice to have one which we could use for development builds as well as release.

Countdown to Christmas has started!

Russell



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rjrobisonga
Russell,

First and foremost, I am looking forward to this release.

Secondly, I am looking forward to a better browser solution.  The current one has a bit of a problem with settings.

Finally, I use the my sword and have the OEB downloaded.  I hope that you can get the new version into that as well.

Be well,

Rob Robison
 

From: russellallen [via Open English Bible] <[hidden email]>
To: rjrobisonga <[hidden email]>
Sent: Sunday, November 30, 2014 8:20 PM
Subject: Ready for 2014.11 release (This week in OEB)

We’re basically ready I think for the 2014.11 release.

During the week I added some typo fixes that I had missed, and rebuild 2014.11-d2 release.

All the files are at:

http://openenglishbible.org/oeb/2014.11-d2/

Unless someone finds something showstopping, I will rename it 2014.11 next weekend and do a blog and facebook announcement.

I would like to dedicate each release to someone - not necessarily a recognised saint or holy person but someone relevant to the work we're doing. Since we're adding Ruth and Esther I suggest that we dedicate this release to Julia E. Smith, the first woman to translate the entire Bible into English. An active suffraget, she finished her version in the 1850s, and it was privately published in 1876.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_Evelina_Smith
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_E._Smith_Parker_Translation
http://bibles.wikidot.com/smithjulia

What think ye?

Also, I patched Digital Bible Society's BibleBrowser3 which we use for our study app and offered patch upstream to John Dyer.

I’m still looking for a suitable iOS app. We are on the Sword PocketSword app; I tried to contact Nic Carter, its developer, on integrating it better with the OEB.  It would be nice to have one which we could use for development builds as well as release.

Countdown to Christmas has started!

Russell






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Re: Ready for 2014.11 release (This week in OEB)

russellallen
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Hi Rob,

On 2 Dec 2014, at 6:49 am, rjrobisonga [via Open English Bible] <[hidden email]> wrote:

Russell,

First and foremost, I am looking forward to this release.

Secondly, I am looking forward to a better browser solution.  The current one has a bit of a problem with settings.


I agree it isn’t ideal. I haven’t been able to find anything better though :( I wrote the read interface for simple reading:


But of course it has almost no bells or whistles.

Do you have any suggestions where to look?  Do you think we should drop the ‘study’ interface entirely or is it better than nothing?

Finally, I use the my sword and have the OEB downloaded.  I hope that you can get the new version into that as well.


Is that the sword module at crosswire.org or the esword module at e-sword.net ?

Best wishes,
Russell


Be well,

Rob Robison
 

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Sent: Sunday, November 30, 2014 8:20 PM
Subject: Ready for 2014.11 release (This week in OEB)

We’re basically ready I think for the 2014.11 release.

During the week I added some typo fixes that I had missed, and rebuild 2014.11-d2 release.

All the files are at:

http://openenglishbible.org/oeb/2014.11-d2/

Unless someone finds something showstopping, I will rename it 2014.11 next weekend and do a blog and facebook announcement.

I would like to dedicate each release to someone - not necessarily a recognised saint or holy person but someone relevant to the work we're doing. Since we're adding Ruth and Esther I suggest that we dedicate this release to Julia E. Smith, the first woman to translate the entire Bible into English. An active suffraget, she finished her version in the 1850s, and it was privately published in 1876.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_Evelina_Smith
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_E._Smith_Parker_Translation
http://bibles.wikidot.com/smithjulia

What think ye?

Also, I patched Digital Bible Society's BibleBrowser3 which we use for our study app and offered patch upstream to John Dyer.

I’m still looking for a suitable iOS app. We are on the Sword PocketSword app; I tried to contact Nic Carter, its developer, on integrating it better with the OEB.  It would be nice to have one which we could use for development builds as well as release.

Countdown to Christmas has started!

Russell






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russellallen
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As a followup, I did some looking around - what do you think of http://javascripture.org ?

I may be able to build a version of OEB for it.

Russell

On 2 Dec 2014, at 9:38 am, Russell Allen <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Rob,

On 2 Dec 2014, at 6:49 am, rjrobisonga [via Open English Bible] <[hidden email]> wrote:

Russell,

First and foremost, I am looking forward to this release.

Secondly, I am looking forward to a better browser solution.  The current one has a bit of a problem with settings.


I agree it isn’t ideal. I haven’t been able to find anything better though :( I wrote the read interface for simple reading:


But of course it has almost no bells or whistles.

Do you have any suggestions where to look?  Do you think we should drop the ‘study’ interface entirely or is it better than nothing?

Finally, I use the my sword and have the OEB downloaded.  I hope that you can get the new version into that as well.


Is that the sword module at crosswire.org or the esword module at e-sword.net ?

Best wishes,
Russell


Be well,

Rob Robison
 

From: russellallen [via Open English Bible] <<a href="x-msg://5/user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&amp;node=325&amp;i=0" target="_top" rel="nofollow" link="external" class="">[hidden email]>
To: rjrobisonga <<a href="x-msg://5/user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&amp;node=325&amp;i=1" target="_top" rel="nofollow" link="external" class="">[hidden email]>
Sent: Sunday, November 30, 2014 8:20 PM
Subject: Ready for 2014.11 release (This week in OEB)

We’re basically ready I think for the 2014.11 release.

During the week I added some typo fixes that I had missed, and rebuild 2014.11-d2 release.

All the files are at:

http://openenglishbible.org/oeb/2014.11-d2/

Unless someone finds something showstopping, I will rename it 2014.11 next weekend and do a blog and facebook announcement.

I would like to dedicate each release to someone - not necessarily a recognised saint or holy person but someone relevant to the work we're doing. Since we're adding Ruth and Esther I suggest that we dedicate this release to Julia E. Smith, the first woman to translate the entire Bible into English. An active suffraget, she finished her version in the 1850s, and it was privately published in 1876.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_Evelina_Smith
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_E._Smith_Parker_Translation
http://bibles.wikidot.com/smithjulia

What think ye?

Also, I patched Digital Bible Society's BibleBrowser3 which we use for our study app and offered patch upstream to John Dyer.

I’m still looking for a suitable iOS app. We are on the Sword PocketSword app; I tried to contact Nic Carter, its developer, on integrating it better with the OEB.  It would be nice to have one which we could use for development builds as well as release.

Countdown to Christmas has started!

Russell






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rjrobisonga
Russell,

I agree it isn’t ideal. I haven’t been able to find anything better though :( I wrote the read interface for simple reading:


Yes, it is better than nothing.  I use this (the study version).  I do like the ability to select chapter and verse.

Do you have any suggestions where to look?  Do you think we should drop the ‘study’ interface entirely or is it better than nothing?

No, don't drop the study interface unless we have a similar option.  I use the my sword that is a free app on my tablet.  That would be great if the new version is on that app.

Is that the sword module at crosswire.org or the esword module at e-sword.net ?


Not sure,  I got the app from google play for my nook tablet.

I will look at the javascripture and let you know what I think.

Rob Robison
 

From: russellallen [via Open English Bible] <[hidden email]>
To: rjrobisonga <[hidden email]>
Sent: Monday, December 1, 2014 8:13 PM
Subject: Re: Ready for 2014.11 release (This week in OEB)

As a followup, I did some looking around - what do you think of http://javascripture.org ?

I may be able to build a version of OEB for it.

Russell

On 2 Dec 2014, at 9:38 am, Russell Allen <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Rob,

On 2 Dec 2014, at 6:49 am, rjrobisonga [via Open English Bible] <[hidden email]> wrote:

Russell,

First and foremost, I am looking forward to this release.

Secondly, I am looking forward to a better browser solution.  The current one has a bit of a problem with settings.


I agree it isn’t ideal. I haven’t been able to find anything better though :( I wrote the read interface for simple reading:


But of course it has almost no bells or whistles.

Do you have any suggestions where to look?  Do you think we should drop the ‘study’ interface entirely or is it better than nothing?

Finally, I use the my sword and have the OEB downloaded.  I hope that you can get the new version into that as well.


Is that the sword module at crosswire.org or the esword module at e-sword.net ?

Best wishes,
Russell


Be well,

Rob Robison
 

From: russellallen [via Open English Bible] <<a href="x-msg://5/user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&amp;node=325&amp;i=0" target="_top" rel="nofollow" link="external" class="">[hidden email]>
To: rjrobisonga <<a href="x-msg://5/user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&amp;node=325&amp;i=1" target="_top" rel="nofollow" link="external" class="">[hidden email]>
Sent: Sunday, November 30, 2014 8:20 PM
Subject: Ready for 2014.11 release (This week in OEB)

We’re basically ready I think for the 2014.11 release.

During the week I added some typo fixes that I had missed, and rebuild 2014.11-d2 release.

All the files are at:

http://openenglishbible.org/oeb/2014.11-d2/

Unless someone finds something showstopping, I will rename it 2014.11 next weekend and do a blog and facebook announcement.

I would like to dedicate each release to someone - not necessarily a recognised saint or holy person but someone relevant to the work we're doing. Since we're adding Ruth and Esther I suggest that we dedicate this release to Julia E. Smith, the first woman to translate the entire Bible into English. An active suffraget, she finished her version in the 1850s, and it was privately published in 1876.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_Evelina_Smith
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_E._Smith_Parker_Translation
http://bibles.wikidot.com/smithjulia

What think ye?

Also, I patched Digital Bible Society's BibleBrowser3 which we use for our study app and offered patch upstream to John Dyer.

I’m still looking for a suitable iOS app. We are on the Sword PocketSword app; I tried to contact Nic Carter, its developer, on integrating it better with the OEB.  It would be nice to have one which we could use for development builds as well as release.

Countdown to Christmas has started!

Russell






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rjrobisonga
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Russell

As a followup, I did some looking around - what do you think of http://javascripture.org ?


My initial reaction is positive.  I like the choice of fonts.  I like the way you can pick chapter and verse.  I really like the cross references.  I wonder how this works in a web browser on a tablet.  I will test and let you know.  I like the book mark also.

I say that it would be good for oeb.  It has the web like the current one.

Rob
 

From: russellallen [via Open English Bible] <[hidden email]>
To: rjrobisonga <[hidden email]>
Sent: Monday, December 1, 2014 8:13 PM
Subject: Re: Ready for 2014.11 release (This week in OEB)

As a followup, I did some looking around - what do you think of http://javascripture.org ?

I may be able to build a version of OEB for it.

Russell

On 2 Dec 2014, at 9:38 am, Russell Allen <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Rob,

On 2 Dec 2014, at 6:49 am, rjrobisonga [via Open English Bible] <[hidden email]> wrote:

Russell,

First and foremost, I am looking forward to this release.

Secondly, I am looking forward to a better browser solution.  The current one has a bit of a problem with settings.


I agree it isn’t ideal. I haven’t been able to find anything better though :( I wrote the read interface for simple reading:


But of course it has almost no bells or whistles.

Do you have any suggestions where to look?  Do you think we should drop the ‘study’ interface entirely or is it better than nothing?

Finally, I use the my sword and have the OEB downloaded.  I hope that you can get the new version into that as well.


Is that the sword module at crosswire.org or the esword module at e-sword.net ?

Best wishes,
Russell


Be well,

Rob Robison
 

From: russellallen [via Open English Bible] <<a href="x-msg://5/user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&amp;node=325&amp;i=0" target="_top" rel="nofollow" link="external" class="">[hidden email]>
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Sent: Sunday, November 30, 2014 8:20 PM
Subject: Ready for 2014.11 release (This week in OEB)

We’re basically ready I think for the 2014.11 release.

During the week I added some typo fixes that I had missed, and rebuild 2014.11-d2 release.

All the files are at:

http://openenglishbible.org/oeb/2014.11-d2/

Unless someone finds something showstopping, I will rename it 2014.11 next weekend and do a blog and facebook announcement.

I would like to dedicate each release to someone - not necessarily a recognised saint or holy person but someone relevant to the work we're doing. Since we're adding Ruth and Esther I suggest that we dedicate this release to Julia E. Smith, the first woman to translate the entire Bible into English. An active suffraget, she finished her version in the 1850s, and it was privately published in 1876.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_Evelina_Smith
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_E._Smith_Parker_Translation
http://bibles.wikidot.com/smithjulia

What think ye?

Also, I patched Digital Bible Society's BibleBrowser3 which we use for our study app and offered patch upstream to John Dyer.

I’m still looking for a suitable iOS app. We are on the Sword PocketSword app; I tried to contact Nic Carter, its developer, on integrating it better with the OEB.  It would be nice to have one which we could use for development builds as well as release.

Countdown to Christmas has started!

Russell






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Timchambers
I totally second the applause for the next release!

(And I hope to have some time over the Christmas break to continue offering new translation notes)

And I also think Javascripture looks promising.... In terms of app support, when do you think the translation would be at a point to reach out to the larger New Testament mobile app readers? I'm thinking YouVersion, Bible App, BibleGateway, etc?
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russellallen
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Cool. I'll see if I can easily build a version for us.
Russell

On 5 Dec 2014, at 3:23 am, rjrobisonga [via Open English Bible] <[hidden email]> wrote:

Russell

As a followup, I did some looking around - what do you think of http://javascripture.org ?


My initial reaction is positive.  I like the choice of fonts.  I like the way you can pick chapter and verse.  I really like the cross references.  I wonder how this works in a web browser on a tablet.  I will test and let you know.  I like the book mark also.

I say that it would be good for oeb.  It has the web like the current one.

Rob
 

From: russellallen [via Open English Bible] <<a href="x-msg://6/user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&amp;node=329&amp;i=0" target="_top" rel="nofollow" link="external" class="">[hidden email]>
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Sent: Monday, December 1, 2014 8:13 PM
Subject: Re: Ready for 2014.11 release (This week in OEB)

As a followup, I did some looking around - what do you think of http://javascripture.org ?

I may be able to build a version of OEB for it.

Russell

On 2 Dec 2014, at 9:38 am, Russell Allen <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Rob,

On 2 Dec 2014, at 6:49 am, rjrobisonga [via Open English Bible] <[hidden email]> wrote:

Russell,

First and foremost, I am looking forward to this release.

Secondly, I am looking forward to a better browser solution.  The current one has a bit of a problem with settings.


I agree it isn’t ideal. I haven’t been able to find anything better though :( I wrote the read interface for simple reading:


But of course it has almost no bells or whistles.

Do you have any suggestions where to look?  Do you think we should drop the ‘study’ interface entirely or is it better than nothing?

Finally, I use the my sword and have the OEB downloaded.  I hope that you can get the new version into that as well.


Is that the sword module at crosswire.org or the esword module at e-sword.net ?

Best wishes,
Russell


Be well,

Rob Robison
 

From: russellallen [via Open English Bible] <<a href="<a href="x-msg://5/user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&amp;amp;node=325&amp;amp;i=0" class="">x-msg://5/user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&amp;node=325&amp;i=0" target="_top" rel="nofollow" link="external" class="">[hidden email]>
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Sent: Sunday, November 30, 2014 8:20 PM
Subject: Ready for 2014.11 release (This week in OEB)

We’re basically ready I think for the 2014.11 release.

During the week I added some typo fixes that I had missed, and rebuild 2014.11-d2 release.

All the files are at:

http://openenglishbible.org/oeb/2014.11-d2/

Unless someone finds something showstopping, I will rename it 2014.11 next weekend and do a blog and facebook announcement.

I would like to dedicate each release to someone - not necessarily a recognised saint or holy person but someone relevant to the work we're doing. Since we're adding Ruth and Esther I suggest that we dedicate this release to Julia E. Smith, the first woman to translate the entire Bible into English. An active suffraget, she finished her version in the 1850s, and it was privately published in 1876.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_Evelina_Smith
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_E._Smith_Parker_Translation
http://bibles.wikidot.com/smithjulia

What think ye?

Also, I patched Digital Bible Society's BibleBrowser3 which we use for our study app and offered patch upstream to John Dyer.

I’m still looking for a suitable iOS app. We are on the Sword PocketSword app; I tried to contact Nic Carter, its developer, on integrating it better with the OEB.  It would be nice to have one which we could use for development builds as well as release.

Countdown to Christmas has started!

Russell






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I suppose we could reach out to YouVersion, BibleGateway etc. They seem mostly to only have full NT+OT translations, so I'm not sure how interested they would be in only NT (or NT+Psalms). No harm in asking though...
Russell

On 5 Dec 2014, at 6:18 am, Timchambers [via Open English Bible] <[hidden email]> wrote:

I totally second the applause for the next release!

(And I hope to have some time over the Christmas break to continue offering new translation notes)

And I also think Javascripture looks promising.... In terms of app support, when do you think the translation would be at a point to reach out to the larger New Testament mobile app readers? I'm thinking YouVersion, Bible App, BibleGateway, etc?


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Re: Ready for 2014.11 release (This week in OEB)

Timchambers
I think they might...and any major Bible service or software that supports the WEB translation (also public domain) I'd think would be open to the OEB...

Right now, that would include: (maybe in this order which i think is by popular usage)

Biblegateway
https://www.biblegateway.com/versions/World-English-Bible-WEB/

YouVersion
https://www.bible.com/versions/206

Bibles.org (From the American Bible Society)
http://tools.bibles.org/index.htmlf

(BTW I really like their tools here to encourage other app builders to integrate Scripture into new apps)

BlueLetterBible:
http://www.blueletterbible.org/

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Re: Ready for 2014.11 release (This week in OEB)

rjrobisonga
Tim and Russell

I would add

Study Light



They seem to have the most comprehensive site.

Rob Robison



 

From: Timchambers [via Open English Bible] <[hidden email]>
To: rjrobisonga <[hidden email]>
Sent: Friday, December 5, 2014 9:34 AM
Subject: Re: Ready for 2014.11 release (This week in OEB)

I think they might...and any major Bible service or software that supports the WEB translation (also public domain) I'd think would be open to the OEB...

Right now, that would include: (maybe in this order which i think is by popular usage)

Biblegateway
https://www.biblegateway.com/versions/World-English-Bible-WEB/

YouVersion
https://www.bible.com/versions/206

Bibles.org (From the American Bible Society)
http://tools.bibles.org/index.htmlf

(BTW I really like their tools here to encourage other app builders to integrate Scripture into new apps)

BlueLetterBible:
http://www.blueletterbible.org/




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