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Re: [Accessibility] Call to Arms

From: Chris Hofstader
Subject: Re: [Accessibility] Call to Arms
Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2010 14:54:57 -0400
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We have set up a specialized list for speech recognition discussions. This is a topic oriented list and is dedicated exclusively to getting a speech recognition project researched, designed, launched and developed. We currently have no project leader and are looking for a volunteer for such.

This list has two rules:

1. It is specific to the speech recognition project/projects and discussion of issues entirely unrelated to speech recognition should be put onto the generic address@hidden list or in some other topic specific list designed for that particular subject.

2. We are the FSF/GNU and we hold dear to our four freedoms. One can ask questions about whether or not something may be compatible with our beliefs but not debate them. There are a bazillion places to debate our beliefs but only this list to start get organizing an actual effort out of some of the more interesting technical concepts discussed on these other lists over the past few days.

This is list is members only and I need to approve your membership. I'm on the road for the next few days and if I don't get to your membership request quickly, I will within 24 hours.


On 07/27/2010 12:57 PM, Richard Stallman wrote:
     Need a first step for this whole process should be collecting a corpus for
     training and experimenting with different recognition parameters.

This is something our community should be able to help with.
It needs someone to take the lead.

ISTR reading about a project of that general nature.  I hope Chris
remembers the details.  I think it needed some practical support work.
Would you or someone else like to help?

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