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Re: ircspeak + speechd + speech.irc (fwd)
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Date: Mon, 28 Dec 1998 00:29:57 +0000 (GMT)
From: Gareth Watts <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Darxus <darxus@Op.Net>
Subject: Re: ircspeak + speechd + speech.irc
If speechd progressed to a more generally useful stage then I don't see
why ircspeak couldn't use it to offload it's work :-)
I'm quite happy to help towards that goal.. I don't think the end result
should be overly complicated though.. After all, all it really needs to do
is take text and feed it through to a speech backend, possibly
pre-processing the text on the way..
With that in mind, perhaps a suggested feature list would help us focus on
a target of some sorts..
As it stands at the moment, I think your idea of speechd was to accept
(possibly multiple) connections on a socket of one kind or another and
feed the supplied text to the speech synthesiser. IIRC you also wanted to
be able to assign "priority levels" to different streams and allow the
user to select which synth to user if more than one was available.
Was there anything else to add to the list?
On Sat, 26 Dec 1998, Darxus wrote:
> Do you have any interest in merging the 3 ?
> ircspeak serves the same function for sirc as speechd + speech.irc do for
> ircII clients. I think your ircspeak code could be split up pretty
> cleanly between speechd (word substitution, spelling correction, etc.) and
> a seperate program equivalent to speech.irc for sirc (with code to
> interface w/ /dev/speech).
> Right now we're doing a lot of the same work in different ways. We did
> the whole /dev/speech thing because we wanted to do a lot more than IRC.
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