I wanted to leave the “
We’re live!” post for the all the due s s s s and, of course, s rightly due to the incredible dev team and for general celebration of something awesome happening.
Secondly, I thought I would hold off on the little feedback details for just a moment to allow room for partaking in a congratulatory banana (and for any more pressing matters).
Buuuuut… I was so tickled I just had to ask… where have you folks hidden the Pali texts for (at least - haven’t checked anything outside of AN) AN10 & AN11?
Eg. if I want to have a look at the Pali AN10.176, I don’t see any Mahāsaṅgīti option.
Again, my checking is limited to the most speedy of scans, but the Pali texts don’t seem to be offered for the whole of AN10 & 11.
Well spotted! Yes, we are still working on this. The pootle-files for AN and SN are not all there yet and also some of Bhante Sujato’s translations are still missing. We are also still working on the different number systems.
Have you tried looking in our new indexes for subjects, similes, names and terminology?
Early Buddhist texts from the Tipitaka (Tripitaka). Suttas (sutras) with the Buddha’s teachings on mindfulness, insight, wisdom, and
(Beyond URL manipulation) how does one actually navigate to that following your link, I get:
But arriving at home, and clicking on most things only gives me:
I can’t figure out the click path to get to the index.
For extra bonus fun you might notice the small styling misalignment in Firefox (I notice it happens the first time I come to the site, but then corrects itself once I click on another tab.
I must admit I found this a bit difficult myself. The Indexes are only accessible via the link on the homepage itself (at the bottom, under the last picture).
Ah! Thanks for pointing that out.
Based on the proofreader’s progress, we should have all these done in a week or so.
I would love to see the indexes linked in the drop down. Loving it regardless.
Fantastic work everyone!
I would too actually. I think they are very helpful.