As always, I forget to update the credits to thoses that allows Obenkyo to exist because of the Creative Commons licence.
Here is the project Obenkyo is based on:
- KanjiVG – Kanji Drawings (database limited to JLPT 1-5 & school levels 1-8. and some data modified to fit the drawing algorithm : added some tags, alternative view, …) – if you need other kanji, you can ask me to add them
- KanjiDict – Translation, readings and kanji information (French, English, German and Spanish)
- EDict - writing, translation and readings on the vocabulary and information tags (for now not used but I have coded this information to gain some space : verb = u …)
- JFrench – French translation of the vocabulary
- Tatoeba - Sentences and it’s translation modified to identify the kanji, katakana words and particles in sentences
- Tanos – Data is not under CC, but I got the authorisation to use the JLPT repartiton of kanji and Vocabulary
- Tae Kim’s grammar guide – Great CC guide translated in many languages
- Icons for drawing modified from wikimedia (fom David Vignoni work)
- Predicate Layout from Henrik Gustafsson (not changed)
And here are the files:
Traductions extraction(French, English, German and Spanish) from KanjiDict
KanjiVg Extraction for kana
Once again, I want to thank everyone that are working on theses projects and to encourage everyone to help them in any means possible.