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Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2008 18:31:36 -0500
From: amit <regmi.a...@gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: [android-challenge] Re: Text2Speech for Android
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I want to look into your App because I also had an Idea involving TTS
initially. Do you have a HOWTO somewhere or the code runs out of the box.
> To be honest, I hadn't quite decided whether or not to enter it in the
> challenge. My motivation for posting the unfinished project was to
> find interested developers who want to help, then it's possible to
> enter the challenge as a team. Most importantly, though, is to have a
> useful project rather than letting it grow stale due to my limited
> time dedication.
> As far as license, the FreeTTS code on which this is based has a very
> open license, and I may just adopt that same license. To be
> determined. As for now, the code is on my site and a mention in some
> credits would be nice.
> On Jan 18, 3:36 am, Nanard <bsegon...@free.fr> wrote:
>> Great !
>> I'll go to your site when I have time.
>> Do you plan to 'give' your code. In exchange, we just write your name
>> in our 'About' dialog box ?
>> Or is your Speech project : a project for the challenge ?
>> If so, you'd better keep the code for yourself (even if I **need**
>> speach for my own project).
>> On 18 jan, 05:06, l1ghtm4n <l1ght...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I've started a text-to-speech project for Android. Maybe there are
>>> some other developers interested in helping out?
>>> From my site, where source is available (http://www.l1ghtm4n.com/?
>>> "It's been about a month since I first started this project. I wanted
>>> to get familiar with Google Android by taking some existing Java code
>>> and porting it to the Android platform. I was also hoping to provide
>>> something actually useful in the Android environment. Hopefully this
>>> Text2Speech service is. It is entirely derived from FreeTTS.
>>> Here I provide the code in hopes that some screen apps can make use of
>>> this service on the device. Examples could be an alarm which reads
>>> time, weather, and RSS feeds. Or an email reader.
>>> I worked hard getting it to compile but ran into a bug in the Android
>>> SDK InputStream implementation. That's where it currently stands. If I
>>> have the time I will try to provide updates for it."