A first step (!) in developing an inductive general grammar is to obtain complete digital representations of a sufficiently large number of languages. There are publicly-availabled annotated corpora (e.g., treebanks) for 70 languages or so. That represents about 1% of the world's languages, and most of those 70 come from a single language family (Indo-European). One avenue toward obtaining digitizations of more languages (and, by definition, of low-resource languages) is to collaborate with speakers. I have been developing software called CLD that is intended to support such collaboration.