Recently, I had become aware that Anki 2.0 was in beta through my friend Tom, who is working on making some changes to the MCD Support plugin so that it supports languages like Spanish as well as it does Japanese.
This post is a result of many attempts at trying to find an existing solution, deciding that nothing did what I needed, and writing the code myself.
So I decided to learn Esperanto, which as an avid user of the SRS application Anki, meant I needed to either enter Esperanto’s special characters (ĉ, ĝ, ĥ, ĵ, ŝ, ŭ­) into my flash cards, which can’t easily be typed with the US International keyboard layout, or I could deal with the ugly “x method” workaround (cx, gx, hx, jx, sx, ux).
This is the third post in the BibleFeed Project. If you haven’t already, read the first and second posts. In my last post I stated the difficulty I was having finding a python library to handle the SOAP web service which I’ll be using to get the data for this project.
This post is not part of my Biblefeed series of posts, but it is very much related. For the Biblefeed project, I was hoping to consume this web service in order to get the data I need to make the project work.
This is the second post relating to the BibleFeed Project. If you haven’t yet, you may want to read the first post.
I’m definitely a creature of habit. I often tell myself I need to read the bible more, so I could actually know something about my faith.