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On Fri, 19 May 2000, Wade Hampton wrote:
> I'm not sure I subscribed to this list. If I did, it
> must have been long ago, but I never saw any traffic and
> must have forgotten about it. Needless to say, me be
> rather confused with the subscription notice that hath
> arrived in me in box....
> What is the purpose of the speechio list?
The speechio list is mostly related to speechd, which implements
You're right though, looks like you never were actually
subscribed to the list.
I basically grepped an old mail folder for ^From: to get the list of
people who subscribed to this list. I had apparently forwarded something
from you to the list. This is what I forwarded to the list that my grep
---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Thu, 05 Aug 1999 13:05:50 -0400
From: Wade Hampton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Darxus <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: use with esd?
> On Thu, 5 Aug 1999, Wade Hampton wrote:
> > Any idea how to use festival and speechd when ESD is
> > running?
> Haven't done it in a while -- I broke esd on my machine. I'll add a flag.
> Before loading speechd, load festival as "esddsp festival --server". I
> think. It's been a while.
I played an MP3, a WAVE file, and cat'ed a short file to /dev/speech
ALL AT THE SAME TIME!
Now I can setup scripts to output text to /dev/speech and they should
work even when I am using the audio for other purposes (like MP3)!
I think I'll subscribe to the mailing list....
W. Wade, Hampton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Linux is new, it's come out of nowhere, it's free. Hard to beat that
price. And it's taking marketshare left and right.
--Microsoft's lawyer, in closing argument, Bristol v. Microsoft,
- From: Wade Hampton <email@example.com>