Re: Updated Wikipedia article about eSpeakNG

Valdis Vitolins

Hello, Houcemeddine!

I've corrected list of supported languages by eSpeakNG, because previously I used list of supported voices, which are related to languages, but
sometimes are not the same.

I have no idea where we can get more prominent sources for references.
All I can say is that current page has some more references than before, so, if quality criteria are not risen much higher, it should pass.

All the best from me too.


Dear Sir,

I did not tell you that I am one of the 2000 most contributing users in the English Wikipedia. I am a founding member of Wikimedia TN, Wikipedia Library, WikiProject Maghrebi Arabic, and Wikimedia Maghreb. My entries was featured four times in the main page of English Wikipedia. I must tell you that the work lacks of references. It includes some misleading information. For example, I ask if Mohamed and Brazil are languages. As well, blog posts are unfortunately not considered as a trustworthy reference by the editors of Wikipédia. It can be removed by one week if someone does not add references to it. Please send me references (journal items, researches...) about eSpeak. I will edit the work. I congratulate you for the work and I invite you to include Arabic dialects to it in the next years. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2017.

Yours Sincerely,

Houcemeddine Turki

De : <> de la part de Valdis Vitolins <valdis.vitolins@...>
Envoyé : dimanche 25 décembre 2016 17:26
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Objet : [espeak-ng] Updated Wikipedia article about eSpeakNG
After loosing battle with bureaucratic bots and moderators with two
Wikipedia articles: eSpeak and eSpeakNG,

I renamed original eSpeak article to eSpeakNG and updated it, to
reflect relevant information about eSpeakNG project.

Reviews and updates are welcome.


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