I wonder if anyone knows who created the Dhammapada resource at:
It has been a nice tool for study. However, we have found some things with which we disagree when it comes to the grammar analysis.
For example in this set of verses it says:
“the subject is ye (those, who) which is in nominative singular,” in reference to ye ca taṃ upanayhanti.
We think it is nominative plural, as is found in the pronoun charts
and agrees with the plural of tesaṃ.
I’m not sure of the best way to note, or if we need to note, where we have changed the grammar analysis from what the reference states and how we might help update the original site.
… paused in writing to hunt around the site with the Pali Lessons …
Oh dear, just found this. - “No one is permitted to broadcast, transmit, adapt or change in any way the content of this website and of the downloadable files for any other purpose whatsoever without the prior written permission of the Buddhism Digital Library and Museum.”
Alright, I guess my next step is to remove this part of the content from the files temporarily and write to Buddhist Digital Library and Museum.
Sorry, for being premature in posting these resources. I was hoping to start further learning collaboration, but it looks like we’d better step back and take some more care with getting the relationships right with the owners of some of the content.
My sincere apologies,