Sadly, Windows only, but I just read on the VoiceCoder mailing list that Mark Lillibridge open-sourced a HUGE collection of his voice coding code (after leaving his previous employer) relating to Vocola, Dragon, etc.
He announced it @
Info from his post:
"When I left my last job late last year, I managed to talk my
employer into letting me open source the vast majority of my voice
infrastructure. This is basically just a raw dump of everything I had
at the time modulo the company confidential and personally private
stuff. I haven't had time since to update or curate any of this, but
there are some real gems in here if people are interested.
- Mark "
He put all of it here:
I'm no coder myself, but I'd say this is a golden opportunity for anyone who is and is interested in voice control, dictation, etc.
>I'm no coder myself, but I'd say this is a golden opportunity for anyone who is and is interested in voice control, dictation, etc.
Do you have someone in particular in mind, Michael?
Am short on time, but I will point you in the right direction towards high-quality dictation: https://voicenotebook.com/users.php
Incidentally, for those of us on Windows, Natlink (and therefore: Vocola + Unimacro + Firefly) has finally been fixed to work with Dragon 15!!!
PS: Vocola is an open source version of KnowBrainer.