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temps
Bonjour,
j'ai créé un nouveau format audio destiné à linux. Je suis à la recherche d'aide pour finir le langage C, pour tester, et pour créer une nouvelle générationde carte audio. J'arrive à créer des fichier audio avec des voix humaines de plusieurs Ko avec seulement 10 octets.
La page d'avancement de mon projet audio se trouve ici :
Http://www.letime.net/legere/index.html

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Re: audio format abadie.jo

Florian Paul Schmidt-2
On 06/29/2011 04:06 AM, pierre jocelyn andre wrote:
> Bonjour,
> j'ai créé un nouveau format audio destiné à linux. Je suis à la recherche
> d'aide pour finir le langage C, pour tester, et pour créer une nouvelle
> générationde carte audio. J'arrive à créer des fichier audio avec des voix
> humaines de plusieurs Ko avec seulement 10 octets.
> La page d'avancement de mon projet audio se trouve ici :
> Http://www.letime.net/legere/index.html
>

Hi,

I think you'll get more responses if you state your text in english.
Good luck,
Flo
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Tim-2
On July 6, 2011 05:33:44 am Florian Paul Schmidt wrote:

> On 06/29/2011 04:06 AM, pierre jocelyn andre wrote:
> > Bonjour,
> > j'ai créé un nouveau format audio destiné à linux. Je suis à la recherche
> > d'aide pour finir le langage C, pour tester, et pour créer une nouvelle
> > générationde carte audio. J'arrive à créer des fichier audio avec des
> > voix humaines de plusieurs Ko avec seulement 10 octets.
> > La page d'avancement de mon projet audio se trouve ici :
> > Http://www.letime.net/legere/index.html
>
> Hi,
>
> I think you'll get more responses if you state your text in english.
> Good luck,
> Flo

Hi Florian. We meet again, on LAD!

I think he says he has created a new audio format for Linux.
He's looking for help with the C language, testing, and creating a new
 generation of audio card.
The next part I'm not sure. I think it says he has created an audio file
 with human voices using only ten octaves? Don't know what 'Ko' is.

I'm English Canadian with some French knowledge.
We were all taught French in school, long ago.
Tim.

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Tim-2
On July 6, 2011 07:11:49 pm Tim E. Real wrote:
> Hi Florian. We meet again, on LAD!

Oops, you are not Florian the MusE devel?
Greetings anyway.
Tim.
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Re: audio format abadie.jo

Ralf Mardorf
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On Wed, 2011-07-06 at 19:11 -0400, Tim E. Real wrote:
> On July 6, 2011 05:33:44 am Florian Paul Schmidt wrote:
> > > Http://www.letime.net/legere/index.html

Scrolling down, at the bottom of the webpage there's Google translate.
The English translation seems to be better than the German translation.

> > Hi,
> >
> > I think you'll get more responses if you state your text in english.
> > Good luck,
> > Flo
>
> Hi Florian. We meet again, on LAD!
>
> I think he says he has created a new audio format for Linux.
> He's looking for help with the C language, testing, and creating a new
>  generation of audio card.
> The next part I'm not sure. I think it says he has created an audio file
>  with human voices using only ten octaves? Don't know what 'Ko' is.
>
> I'm English Canadian with some French knowledge.
> We were all taught French in school, long ago.
> Tim.

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Re: audio format abadie.jo

James Warden
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Hi all,

I grew up in France so I can easily translate:

"j'ai créé un nouveau format audio destiné à linux. Je suis à la recherche d'aide pour finir le langage C, pour tester, et pour créer une nouvelle génération de carte audio. J'arrive à créer des fichier audio avec des voix humaines de plusieurs Ko avec seulement 10 octets. La page d'avancement de mon projet audio se trouve ici : Http://www.letime.net/legere/index.html"

I have created a new audio format for linux. I am currently looking for some help in order to finish up the parts based on the C language, to test it and to create a new generation of sound cards. I am able to create as small as 10 byte audio files containing human voices worth several kilobytes [what a claim!]. The project page can be found here: Http://www.letime.net/legere/index.html".

Cheers!
J.

PS: Pierre Jocelyn Andre, je ne charge que 10 euros par mot traduit ;) ... just kidding ...
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Ralf Mardorf
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Pierre, I suspect it was intended to send it to the list?

-------- Forwarded Message --------
From: pierre jocelyn andre
To: Ralf Mardorf
Subject: Re: [LAD] audio format abadie.jo
Date: Thu, 7 Jul 2011 08:06:36 +0200

Oui c'est exactement ça " He's looking for help with the C language,
testing, and creating a new
 generation of audio card", sauf que je ne demande pas d'aide, je donne
des bases pour pouvoir développer. Chacun est libre de modifier, de
garder ou de donner ses sources. La seule limite est dans la licence que
j'ai fixé.
L' allemand, ou en néerlandais sont des langues compatibles, mais cela
fait trop longtemps que je ne les ai plus parlé.
Effectivement avec 10 octets " 10 bytes english", je reproduis une voix
humaine "human voice"
J'espère que ce concept audio sera celui de linux pour les prochaines
générations, car beaucoup plus performant, moins gourmand en ressources,
moins gourmand en énergie, et qui possède sa propre technologie.
Amicalement

2011/7/7 Ralf Mardorf <[hidden email]>
        On Wed, 2011-07-06 at 19:11 -0400, Tim E. Real wrote:
        > On July 6, 2011 05:33:44 am Florian Paul Schmidt wrote:
       
        > > > Http://www.letime.net/legere/index.html
       
       
        Scrolling down, at the bottom of the webpage there's Google
        translate.
        The English translation seems to be better than the German
        translation.
       
       
        > > Hi,
        > >
        > > I think you'll get more responses if you state your text in
        english.
        > > Good luck,
        > > Flo
        >
        > Hi Florian. We meet again, on LAD!
        >
        > I think he says he has created a new audio format for Linux.
        > He's looking for help with the C language, testing, and
        creating a new
        >  generation of audio card.
        > The next part I'm not sure. I think it says he has created an
        audio file
        >  with human voices using only ten octaves? Don't know what
        'Ko' is.
        >
        > I'm English Canadian with some French knowledge.
        > We were all taught French in school, long ago.
        > Tim.


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Re: audio format abadie.jo

Florian Paul Schmidt-2
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On 07/07/2011 01:39 AM, Tim E. Real wrote:
> On July 6, 2011 07:11:49 pm Tim E. Real wrote:
>> Hi Florian. We meet again, on LAD!
> Oops, you are not Florian the MusE devel?
> Greetings anyway.
> Tim.

Nah, I'm not, but be earthed greetling :D

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Re: audio format abadie.jo

Dan Muresan
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> L' allemand, ou en néerlandais sont des langues compatibles, mais cela
> fait trop longtemps que je ne les ai plus parlé.

Writing an initial message in French to an english-language mailing
list is a mistake I could understand (even though one must possess
some english competence in order to understand what the said mailing
list is about and decide to make that initial post.)

Refusing to switch to english (or at least some Franglais version)
after several replies, on the other hand...

-- Dan
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temps
Non, il n'y a pas d'erreur, car le lieu est un lieu de diffusion avant d'être un lieu d'obligations.
Si le lieu est un lieu d'obligation avant d'être un lieu de diffusion, je m'en vais de cette liste sans regret.
Si Linux doit être obligatoirement en anglais, je m'en vais de cette liste sans regret.
J'ai tenu des discutions ou chacun parlais sa langue, et nous étions 4 de pays différents.
Amicalement.

2011/7/7 Dan Muresan <[hidden email]>
> L' allemand, ou en néerlandais sont des langues compatibles, mais cela
> fait trop longtemps que je ne les ai plus parlé.

Writing an initial message in French to an english-language mailing
list is a mistake I could understand (even though one must possess
some english competence in order to understand what the said mailing
list is about and decide to make that initial post.)

Refusing to switch to english (or at least some Franglais version)
after several replies, on the other hand...

-- Dan
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Dan Muresan
> Non, il n'y a pas d'erreur, car le lieu est un lieu de diffusion avant
> d'être un lieu d'obligations.

Mon point était que, par courtoisie (et non par obligation) pour la
plupart des lecteurs de cette liste de diffusion, qui ne comprennent
pas français (ou s'ils le font, ils comprennent ce pire que
l'anglais), vous devriez ecrire en anglais.

Aucune obligation - il suffit de courtoisie lors de la publication
d'une liste de diffusion publique. Si vous et vos amis avez des
discussions privées en quatre langues parrallèle, et vous trouverez ca
productif, c'est votre choix.

-- Dan
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Dan Muresan
Now, leaving the language thing aside, let's discuss your scheme. If
you're doing audio compression you should answer the following points:

1) Is it lossy or lossless (clearly lossy from what you've written so far)

2) Does it require, or benefit from specialized hardware support?

3) How does it compare to existing compression standards on a
rate-distortion graph? How does it perform in subjective listening
tests?

4) What is your intended niche?

5) What kind of help do you think you require?

-- Dan
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Dan Muresan
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> Amicalement et peut être à bientot sur un autre projet qui impose moins de
> contrainte.

Regardless of where you choose to announce and grow your project, you
will eventually have to publish in some English-speaking signals &
systems-related journal, if you have an original scheme.

For the sake of your own time, and ESPECIALLY that of your would-be
contributors, you should attempt to do this sooner rather than later.
You may well end up finding that your scheme doesn't bring any
measurable benefit to the table, or worse (in the way that most
home-grown crypto schemes fare).

-- Dan
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zitouni connected
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Linuxaudio mailing-lists are clearly for English-able readers
There are other solutions like linuxmao.org for those who can't communicate in this language, and possibly want help for translation.
Using any any other language here only means you don't care about other's people's time, and that's not the way to get help.
Linux is NOT in English, but linux-audio.org is, don't try to mix them together, that is just giving one more reason to the world to hate us Frenchies.

@dan : I wouldn't try to write in dutch neither, unless everyone understands what a dijk is. And wait... is there not allready some dutch linuxaudio website like autostatic.com ? ;-)

Free tanslation for pierrre's last message :
There is not mistake from my part (about not writing or answering in English), because I did it before, I can do it again.

Olivier

2011/7/7 pierre jocelyn andre <temps.jo@gmail.com>
Non, il n'y a pas d'erreur, car le lieu est un lieu de diffusion avant d'être un lieu d'obligations.
Si le lieu est un lieu d'obligation avant d'être un lieu de diffusion, je m'en vais de cette liste sans regret.
Si Linux doit être obligatoirement en anglais, je m'en vais de cette liste sans regret.
J'ai tenu des discutions ou chacun parlais sa langue, et nous étions 4 de pays différents.
Amicalement.


2011/7/7 Dan Muresan <[hidden email]>
> L' allemand, ou en néerlandais sont des langues compatibles, mais cela
> fait trop longtemps que je ne les ai plus parlé.

Writing an initial message in French to an english-language mailing
list is a mistake I could understand (even though one must possess
some english competence in order to understand what the said mailing
list is about and decide to make that initial post.)

Refusing to switch to english (or at least some Franglais version)
after several replies, on the other hand...

-- Dan
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