This is an excellent news.

On 23 October 2015 at 08:53, Asaf Bartov <> wrote:

> Hello, everyone.
> (this is an announcement in my capacity as a volunteer.)
> Inspired by a lightning talk at the recent CEE Meeting[1] by our colleague
> Lars Aronsson, I made a little command-line tool to automate batch
> recording of pronunciations of words by native speakers, for uploading to
> Commons and integration into Wiktionary etc.  It is called *pronuncify*, is
> written in Ruby and uses the sox(1) tool, and should work on any modern
> Linux (and possibly OS X) machine.  It is available here[2], with
> instructions.
> I was then asked about a Windows version, and agreed to attempt one.  This
> version is called * <>*, and is a .NET
> gooey GUI version of the same tool, with slightly different functions.  It
> is available here[3], with instructions.
> Both tools require word-list files in plaintext, with one word (or phrase)
> per line.  Both tools name the files according to the standard established
> in [[commons:Category:Pronunciation]], and convert them to Ogg Vorbis for
> you, so they are ready to upload.
> In the future, I may add OAuth-based direct uploading to Commons.  If you
> run into difficulties, please file issues on GitHub, for the appropriate
> tool.  Feedback is welcome.
>    A.
> [1]
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>     Asaf Bartov
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