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Re: [emacspeak The Complete Audio Desktop] AsTeR --- Audio System For Technical R...



T. V. Raman <tv.raman.tv@gmail.com> wrote:
> Almost exactly 16 years to the date after presenting AsTeR ---- Audio
> System For Technical Readings --- to the CS Faculty at Cornell for my
> PhD, I released the source code as Open Source --- thanks to Prof.
> David Gries at Cornell for approving this release.

Thank you, Raman, for making the code available publicly.

If anyone decides to work on it, I will volunteer to help, but I'll have to
learn Common Lisp and revive/develop my programming skills first, after a long
hiatus.

By way of background, my plan, as spare time permits, is to choose a
free/open-source software project, learn the programming language, develop
programming skills and start making contributions. I also happen to have an
interest in functional languages. for these reasons, AsteR is on my short-list
of potential projects, in the event that experienced Lisp experts decide to
take it up following Raman's release of the code.

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