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Re: pulseaudio

My opinion, in a word, absolutely. We've had conversations about this
from time to time in the Open A11y standardization group, but it has
never gotten off the ground for lack of people to follow through. We do
have the ability to pursue this effectively, I think.


John Sturdy writes:
> In the longer term, might it be worth looking at co-ordination of
> audio I/O (locking/requesting protocol? or even something that does
> for ALSA what window managers do for X?)?  I mention this because one
> of my possible future projects is combining speech input and output in
> Emacs, i.e. pure audio Emacs that you could use through a
> telephone-like interface or "conversationally".
> __John


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