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Re: testing the waters

From: Susan R. Cragin <susancragin@earthlink.net>
Date: Mon, 30 Aug 2004 10:29:56 -0400
To: www-voice@w3.org
Message-ID: <cgvdl5$otp$1@sea.gmane.org>

You may want to join our listserv and cross-post the observations there 
that you sent 2 weeks ago.
We are in the planning stages to develop an open-source large-vocabulary 
speech recognition engine with command and control, comparable to Dragon 
Naturally Speaking, and are following mostly Sphinx.
Our list as a whole may not be that interested, but individual members 
probably will be, or tell you where elso to go.
Give it a try.

Susan R. Cragin, Director
Open-Source Speech Recognition Initiative

Dennis de Champeaux wrote:

  Two weeks ago I send-in some random observations and considerations
  produced by using VXML in a sizeable system.
  You may remember that I had some reservations about the VXML language.
  I could expand the delibertions by showing VXML code examples and
  conceivable alternative ways to achieve their functionality.

  However I don't know what your political hot buttons are.
  Your potential reaction ranges from: "get lost" to "sounds 
interesting" and
  plenty of variants in between.

  So please let me know whether you want me to follow up or shut up (because
  it requires work to construct the alternatives).

Received on Monday, 30 August 2004 14:30:06 UTC

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