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[opensource] [open source events] How about Moving the Open Source Lab Web Presence to Drupal?
jsalsman at gmail.com
Thu Nov 5 14:56:04 PST 2009
Is anyone other than I updating the wiki? I recently added the Wikimedia
Foundation generalized assessment content extension proposal to the
pronunciation assessment talk page to the unconference wiki at
Those were the only OSL wiki changes in the past 30 days.
May I ask please that the wiki and blog continue along with any new pages,
Drupal or otherwise, to prevent link rot?
I would also like to ask whether there are any open source Flash 10/Flex
applications for audio speex upload (or audio/video upload) from the client
microphone (and camera) yet. Adobe Flash 10 has been able to upload in the
open speex format for over a year now.
I am looking for something like http://vaestro.com -- is there an open
source solution for that kind of a voice board yet? If not, I would
consider releasing some of the Flash/Flex Actionscript I have for it, and I
wonder whether the Lab would be willing to host a demonstration server(?)
There is no doubt that spoken language classes will be able to benefit
tremendously from audio voice message boards, regardless of whether a human
instructor or an automatic pronunciation assessment system is at the other
On Nov 5, 2009 2:29 PM, "Nicole Coleman" <cncoleman at stanford.edu> wrote:
It sounds like a great idea and Vijoy's suggestions are excellent.
On Nov 5, 2009, at 2:15 PM, Vijoy Abraham wrote:
> > just some thoughts off the top of my head: > > -Event Listings > -OSS
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