|Nick Thomas f8e1ddc5cb Initial commit||2 years ago|
|deps||2 years ago|
|target||2 years ago|
|.gitignore||2 years ago|
|Makefile||2 years ago|
|README.md||2 years ago|
An offline voice agent designed to run on Linux desktops.
If I can, I'll make this a thin configuration around mycroft. If I can't, I'll build it using lots of Mozilla goodness.
Here are a few sentences I'd like to work while sat at my computer.
rm -rf ~/secrets;)
A few work-related ideas
Jasper's idea of notification modules is also interesting. It would be nice for the computer to talk to me when there's an aurora coming in, or disk space is getting low.
It would be good to replace Gnome's notification sounds with TTS of the notification text.
make deps. It will download the necessary dependencies into the
deps/ folder, compile them, and install the output into
target/usr. If you
already have an up-to-date pocketsphinx installed (I'm targeting 5-prealpha for
now), you can skip this step.
Nothing to run yet!
target/usr/bin/pocketsphinx_continuous -inmic yes 2>/dev/null
(We'll probably want to use the shared libraries directly, eventually)
Recognition is atrocious, for me at least.
Similar in concept to Jasper or Mycroft, except: