Hanyu jiaocheng book 3 part 1


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Hanyu Jiaocheng Book 3 Part 1

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We have a good relationship with them, and fair use or no, those lists took a lot of labor to compile, so I wouldn't want to use them without their blessing, particularly not as their business model ties the continuing ability to add new words from those lists to people paying their subscription fees. However, people who have paid for Skritter can get access to these lists through them pretty easily, and it should get easier still in the not-too-distant future. Click to expand How can we get these lists back up then? Must we recompile them again from the original text books? And if we do this work would the result be distinguishable from the one we already have? It would take awhile but with the help of OCR the lists could still be remade relatively quickly, maybe in a few days. Still, one could just log onto skritter and use the ocr on their screen It seems like the only mistake made was saying the lists came through Skritter. I think you did the right thing Mike, taking the lists down at their request, but I think skritter has taken the wrong position on this and that's a shame.