Dear friends, today we have come out with another release of SC-Voice.
Most of the work that has been done this time concerns the operations of the Voice application, things that are happening behind the scenes and do not change much of what is visible for the user.
Using an image for what has been done: Usually, a surgery for Siamese twins happens in order to separate them. But in this case it was in order to connect them, and at the same time exchange their very bones on both sides. After that, the nervous systems of each one of the twins had to be adapted to connect the new bones and joints so that they can move smoothly. In the case of Voice, this required building new servers both for staging and production—and the wondrous thing happened: Voice is moving and using her new limbs perfectly well now!
From now on, content can be exchanged much more easily between SuttaCentral and Voice, and depending on the update intervals of each one, the same content can be shown in Voice and on SuttaCentral. There may still be differences between what you see on the SC site and what you hear in Voice—this is due to different update intervals. At some times SuttaCentral can be ahead of Voice, and at other times Voice can be ahead of SuttaCentral.
For our German audience, the blurb texts are now no longer shown in English but in German.
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Apart from this we have still fixed a few bugs. Find all release issues here.
For the months to come these are our focuses of development:
- v2.2 Improvements in UI and accessibility, including some changes in reading voices
- v2.3 Pronunciation release
- v2.4 Japanese release
We hope you keep enjoying Voice and like to hear your feedback!