[open-science-dev] Fwd: Brazil OCR - by David P. Anderson

Nigini Abilio nigini at lsd.ufcg.edu.br
Tue Jul 19 17:54:59 UTC 2011

Hi Lucas.

Thank you for your attention. Well, I just checked the users portal at the
specified server, and some configuration inside it, but no "Brazil OCR" app
is installed. Do you have any other information?

Besides that, as the software was developed inside a hackfest, I was
expecting that the code was available at one Open Source Environment like
Github (as the last one we participated together). It would be really
helpful if it was the case.

Best regards.

On Tue, Jul 19, 2011 at 1:59 PM, Lucas Ferreira Mation <
lucasmation at gmail.com> wrote:

> Nigini, as faar as I know David installed this on your server (the UFCG
> server). I sent you the emails about this, pointing to that server,
> password, etc.
> regards
> Lucas
> On Tue, Jul 19, 2011 at 1:50 PM, Nigini Abilio <nigini at lsd.ufcg.edu.br>wrote:
>> Hi people.
>> I'm studying and trying to contribute with the Data Digitizer project.
>> Specifically, right now my group is searching on how to use BOSSA as a
>> project infrastructure.
>> Following some pointers, I've got this application developed at "some
>> hackfest" by David Anderson, for the Brazil OCR problem:
>> https://isaac.ssl.berkeley.edu/test/bossa_apps.php
>> My question is where is the source code?
>> Thanks in advance.
>> __________________________
>> Nigini Abilio Oliveira
>> www.nigini.com.br
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