Open Source Adapted Bicycle Pedal Comes to the Rescue

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Accessibility has always been important to designers of open source software. Now that open source has come to design, that’s more true than ever. […]

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Endless OS 3: Linux for the Net Less

Endless OS GNOME desktop

This Ubuntu-based Linux distribution provides the Internet for those who don’t have 24×7 access to the net.

In the West, we take the Internet for granted. Oh, we may grumble about a slow connection, […]

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Getting FOSS Text-to-Speech App Ready for Prime Time

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The Heart of Linux

The lead developer of a new text-to-speech app based on MaryTTS talks about what’s been done and what remains to do.

It’s been a while now since we talked about […]

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Heal Thyself: Medical & Health Related FOSS

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Recently we’ve written on FOSS Force about the progress that Ken Starks’ front end for MaryTTS, temporarily named “SpeechLess,” has made in being released as beta software. When we last looked, Ken had assembled a […]

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Linux Text to Speech Tool Reaches Beta

TTS wiring

Although the numbers behind the name do not reflect it, the currently-named “SpeechLess” front end for MaryTTS is now being released as beta software. I was able to assemble a three man team to create […]

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