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Voice Tools Development Call Minutes: July 19, 2005 [message #571953] Tue, 19 July 2005 19:13
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Eclipse Voice Tools Development Call Minutes

July 19, 2005, 11am EST


Brent D. Metz, IBM
Lenora Wright, IBM
Al Haddock, SandCherry
Jeff Pedigo, SandCherry
Michael Greenawalt, TellMe
Derek Barnes, VoiceGenie

The call began with a summary of the week's efforts, notably the
construction of an
article to introduce how a developer can download the voice tools source
code and make
a simple change. A discussion of what would be a good change to make
occured. One vendor's
proprietary extensions were discussed as a possible good example to

The construction of a server audio transcription tool was discussed. It was
noted that
multiple contributers were willing to contribute to the effort. Brent noted
that by
building a pluggable data source system each participant could contribute
server interfaces they needed. For example, SBC could contribute a ScanSoft
engine log
interface and IBM could contribute an IBM engine log interface. The
discussion concluded
with an August timeframe to determine what shape an initial contribution in
this space
would take.

A face-to-face meeting during SpeechTEK was discussed. It was proposed that
parties meet immediately following the New Initiatives Session on Tuesday,
August 2 at
approximately 5:30. Several callers mentioned that their companies would be
present at
the show.
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