Hello, isn't it all like leibniz, newton and the differential calculus? ;-) I'd really love to have all these ideas merged into one application. @ TImo: I am really envious about your voice-detection-recording and love to combine ot with my GUI.
It would not be a problem to implement all of these things adored in what has been written so far: - GPS-Coords - saved as textfile related to the recorded wav-files or as vorbis-comment in the headers of an ogg-vorbis-file (implement real-time ogg-encoding is what I'm working on at the moment, fruitless up to now but still trying! Speex-encoding would be much more adequate, but I didn't get it managed to use with python. Any help/hints/efforts?) - Switch GPS/gpsd on and off via GUI-button - Switch from only recording-when-speaking-mode(what about porting monologue to python or write a python-extension?) to manual-pause-mode - do all these settings as well via command-line-options I mean a dictaphone can do all these things as a sideline and we got all the comfort and functionality, you need for georeffered recording or for interviewing or for noting thoughts about your memoires or something. :) It's just about time and a little help, I think. I'll spend all the time I can grab on this now! Matthias Francesco de Virgilio schrieb: > Timo Juhani Lindfors ha scritto: > > Francesco de Virgilio <fradev...@gmail.com> writes: > >> Now, I respect everyone's work, I respect the *great* idea of Free > >> Software as freedom to develop, but could all these ideas be merged > into > >> one? It'll be great to have a single application for OpenStreetMap > >> mappers which does *all* this things, possibly configurable. > > I understand your thoughts. > > Thanks :) > > I understood voicenote was a shell > > script. I could not extend it since I needed to use C for doing the > > voice detection. > > > I did search freshmeat, google, apt-cache search for a dictaphone but > > could not find anything that'd simply record when I speak. > > This could be avoided. Today, voicenote needs a good GUI. If we want to > integrate voicenote ad monologue without rewriting anything, we have > just one possibility: to use a GUI. > I was thinking to an interface written simply in PyGtk which handles > both the softwares, showing to user 2 options: > > 1) normal georeferred recording: possible with voicenote; GPS chip is ON > 2) recording only on speak: we could start monologue through GUI; GPS > chip is OFF > 3) georeferred recording on speak: we start monologue; python talks with > GPSD, catch coordinates, and insert them in recorded file's metadata. > GPS chip is ON > > So, if we can't merge the code, we could create one GUI to use > all the recording software, givin to user the possibility to choose the > option according to battery state (if the battery is low, user could > turn off GPS and use option 2). > > I think to have such PyGtk skills, but I'm busy for university until > April :( _______________________________________________ Openmoko community mailing list email@example.com http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community _______________________________________________ Openmoko community mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community