Re: I need your voice
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- Subject: Re: I need your voice
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- Date: Wed, 01 Dec 2004 21:44:06 +0100
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Hello from Denmark!
ons, 2004-12-01 kl. 01:04 skrev Alex H. S.:
> El mar, 30-11-2004 a las 03:56, Steve Langasek escribió:
> > On Mon, Nov 29, 2004 at 07:03:48PM +0100, Christian Perrier wrote:
> > > So, please just record yourself saying "Hello and welcome to your new
> > > Debian system in <language>" where <language> is of course your own
> > > language name.
> > > The list of d-i supported languages:
> > > Portuguese
> > http://quetz.dodds.net/~vorlon/debian-pt.wav
> If you want, here, you have my russian version:
And here is the danish! I got a female geek (running debian, almost
done with Computer Science at the University of Århus) do the voice:
"Hej! Og velkommen til dit nye debiansystem på dansk!"
("Hi! And wellcome to your new debian system on danish!")
I know you prefer wav, but ogg is what I've got so far. I am sure
someone is able to convert. I think xmms can do it, but I thought
it was better to send the .ogg file, since I am sure someone knows
how to convert.
Please let me know if you have trouble converting, and I'll give
it a try. (Note however that the email-address will expire after