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Hey, I'm pretty new to programming but I like your project, and I thought I might try to create a zim file. I was thinking of using the "Subjects Taught in Medical School" category from wikipedia and making a special zim file for med students. Will I be able to do that if I review my Perl and hack away at the scripts posted here?
 
Hey, I'm pretty new to programming but I like your project, and I thought I might try to create a zim file. I was thinking of using the "Subjects Taught in Medical School" category from wikipedia and making a special zim file for med students. Will I be able to do that if I review my Perl and hack away at the scripts posted here?
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:Yes, you would, and we are happy to help.  (Please sign your comments on talk pages by typing the tilde (~) sign four times consecutively at the end of your comment). [[User:Ijon|Ijon]] 00:34, 31 August 2011 (CEST)

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Hey, I'm pretty new to programming but I like your project, and I thought I might try to create a zim file. I was thinking of using the "Subjects Taught in Medical School" category from wikipedia and making a special zim file for med students. Will I be able to do that if I review my Perl and hack away at the scripts posted here?

Yes, you would, and we are happy to help. (Please sign your comments on talk pages by typing the tilde (~) sign four times consecutively at the end of your comment). Ijon 00:34, 31 August 2011 (CEST)