Add an entry (or two) to Dacco
Dacco has been a collaborative project since it was first created in 2003. The dictionary is added to on a daily basis by a core team of contributors. Up until now, the only way a Dacco user had of adding new words to the dictionary was to join the Dacco mailing list and enter their suggestions via a slightly complicated tracking system. However, all that has now changed. We have been working hard on introducing a new system that will allow any Dacco user who has created an account on the website to suggest new entries via a very simple web form that, quite honestly, is as simple as it gets.
How do I submit an entry then?
2. Once logged in, click on the link 'suggest an entry' which you will find towards the top of the right-hand sidebar.
3. You will be shown a very brief set of rules which you then accept (or not if you don't agree, obviously) and you will be presented with the form (provided you agreed of course).
4. Fill in form, hit 'submit' button, repeat...
Do I have to enter my real name as my username or can I make one up?
If any old Tom, Dick or Harry can add an entry, how can you guarantee that Dacco isn't going to end up full of crap?
Do I need to be a qualified linguist to enter words? Will people laugh at me if I make a mistake?
Catalan verb conjugator