[Tts-project] does the TTS vs a11y split still make sense?
sergioller at gmail.com
Thu Feb 1 17:15:59 UTC 2018
2018-01-31 21:49 GMT+01:00 Paul Gevers <elbrus at debian.org>:
> [Re-sending as I don't think the mail arrived]
> Hi all,
> While revisiting some voices I was wondering if it still makes sense to
> have split between the TTS team and the a11y team. Wouldn't the TTS
> packages receive more exposure in the realm of the a11y team (e.g. due
> to the fact that the a11y team is explicitly listed on udd.d.o/dmd/)?
> AFAIK, the last couple of years the uploads of TTS packages have been
> done by members of both teams.
*If* the split is still desired, I *guess* it makes sense to migrate
> festvox-mbrola, flite, eflite, espeak, espeak-ng, speech-tools and svox
> (and maybe more) to the TTS team, but I highly doubt it is worth the
Given the activity of the TTS group and the overlap in both groups I agree
with you it does
not make much sense to keep TTS and a11y separated.
Thanks for your time and work on TTS packages
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