Wow! That was an amazing overview!
Thank you Venerable @Vimala and Anagarika @Sabbamitta for a wonderful presentation. My understanding of spoken German is quite limited, but I can tell that the audience was quite intrigued about contemporary German translations based on Bhante Sujato’s own English translations all presented on an accessible web page. People even noticed the example links in each sutta–these example links bind all the suttas in a memorable web of coherent meaning that lay a foundation for deeper understanding of the Dhamma. Bhante Sujato’s vision of “least interpretative translation” shines through in translation.
There was some question about existing German translations, many available only in print or in SuttaCentral, but I think that many in the audience understood that presenting the Pali alongside any translation provides a clear and certain basis for study. Indeed, Dhammaregen shows something the printed texts never could. Dhammaregen shows the connections between the suttas. With just one click Dhammaregen users can see connected suttas and freely wander through the Dhamma. With cookies enabled, Dhammaregen can also provide users with a historical list of over 100 suttas recently viewed and maintains bookmarks in each viewed sutta.
Anagarika Sabbamitta, thank you for your endless patience and diligence in translating the suttas into modern German! And thank you Bhante Sujato and the SuttaCentral iSangha for all your hard work bringing the Dhamma to the modern web.