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Re: Festival Voices and Czech voices


I fully agree to have these packages maintained by the TTS group. It was created for such purpose, although I do not make it active for time reasons. But it is an excellent idea. We can assume the group is active and ready to maintain this. I add that anyway, the fact that we don't speak Czech isn't a big problem, in particular because packaging doesn't imply to use and speak czech. Obviously, if Peter has some Czech network to help us, it's still better!

Thanks again for your work and ask if I can help, even if I know I'm not very active just now.


Le 08/12/2013 10:34, Paul Gevers a écrit :
Hi Peter, hi all,

On 08-12-13 00:01, Peter Drysdale wrote:
Recently Czech voices for festival have been offered for adoption.
Which was indeed mentioned on d-a11y [1].

[1] https://lists.debian.org/debian-accessibility/2013/11/msg00068.html

As a founding member of the Debian TTS (text to speech) group
Oops, in my response [2] to [1] I had completely forgotten about that
group. Where can I find more info on this group?

[2] https://lists.debian.org/debian-accessibility/2013/12/msg00004.html

which maintains festival and speech tools it suggests to me that the
natural place to maintain Czech festival voices is within the TTS
Indeed, if that group is active (which I assume it is). Please regard
this e-mail as my agreement that you take the festival packages. To be
clear though, do you also want to take speech dispatcher?

By the way, I recently took emacspeak into a11y maintenance, but do you
think it belongs more in the TTS group (or maybe only the engines used
by it)?



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