Some recent additions to the Dictionaries section of the Resources page are much more detailed than the rest of the page. I don't want to lose all that information, so I'd like to see some of the details moved somewhere else, to keep the page streamlined.
I propose that the somewhere else be a Community Wiki type question along these lines:
How do online language dictionaries based on user contributions work?
Which online dictionaries can native and non-native speakers of Spanish, respectively, contribute to? Please give an overview of how each category of speaker can contribute.
The recent participant's contributions would fit as an answer to this, I think.
The wording can be refined, of course. But I'd like to get a green light from the community before posing a question of this type because it would be about learning resources, and this is a new area for us.
Another possible solution would be to post the question in Meta. I would be okay with that if it's more comfortable for people.
I'm very open to any other suggestions people may have.
What I'm trying to avoid is telling the recent contributor to go post all those details in a blog somewhere and just link to that. I would not view that as an acceptable solution in this case.
I just noticed that our Resources page already has the title "Resources for learning Spanish." Therefore I will propose that we create a new, similar page, called "Resources for those who are fluent in Spanish." Here are some examples of resources that would go in the new page:
(Audio Pronunciation could be left out)
- all of these
- Monolingual (not bilingual ones)
- Let's restore linguee.com -- I love this for checking usage -- it shows quotes from published works
Lists of words
- Maybe the 80K, maybe the one million -- I haven't quite understood how one uses these lists -- but not the 500 verbs or the difficult to pronounce
- probably everything but I'm not a good person to judge about these
(note that I'm not sure if we need to be posting links to specific searches within Netflix -- why not just post an example of how to construct a search for film/TV of a particular country)
The three notes could be removed in my opinion.
- Most of these would be okay I guess, but not "InterActive Terminology for Europe"
- Radio Ambulante
- A la Aventura
- both of these
- (none of these, I think)