in reply to Re: API continuous Speech-To-Text
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Are you saying he should use Python instead? I say this because you found my suggestion odd (of using Perl to integrate non-Perl resources as is done in dvd::rip).

Update: Jasper is written in python, so if not, then for example is there a way to import python modules you can help the OP with.

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Re^3: API continuous Speech-To-Text
by Your Mother (Archbishop) on Sep 03, 2018 at 20:38 UTC

    marto: I'd probably start by researching projects like Jasper to see how they work under the hood.

    TheloniusMonk: Are you saying he should use Python instead?

    There is no complementary explanation for how that interpretation—of a simple, and rather constructive, suggestion—could have been reached.

    It took you one day after starting your account to dig up a dead thread started by sundialsvc4 to imply that he’s a misunderstood genius. If that’s not a hackle-raiser, I don’t know what is.

    You are also already picking fights with important contributors without showing code to demonstrate your points, cutting and pasting broken code instead of recommending modules, and throwing around a term like “ignore list” that most new monks would not know in just two weeks of being cloistered.…

      > ... that most new monks would not know in just two weeks of being cloistered.…

      It's "SimonC..." aka Mr. Legal Notice aka (anonymized user)

      If he's identical with Sundial, then these troll-puppets have been prepared for over a decade.

      But it doesn't really matter, I'd suggest duck typing and treating posts individually:

      If his posts feel like troll just treat him like SD.

      I.e. don't feed, down-vote and at most link to a centralized warning like Bla++

      Remember we have the -7-vote razor active which will hide bad posts (including replies, so don't waste time feeding)

      Cheers Rolf
      (addicted to the Perl Programming Language :)
      Wikisyntax for the Monastery FootballPerl is like chess, only without the dice

      PS: at least eyepopslikeamosquito has found a new specimen for his studies! ;-))

        I'd be shocked if TheloniusMonk turned out to be SunnyD in disguise because there are no obvious SunnyD telltale signs (e.g. extravagant typography, stylistic devices, flowery analogies, unnecessary quotes are missing) ... at least my spidy sense doesn't go off as it did when SunnyD was posting anonymously a while back. Plus this new guy writes working code occasionally.

        Since you asked, this new TheloniusMonk is presumably different to Thelonius Monk (with a space) and doesn't amuse me nearly enough to go to the bother of analyzing his posts and behavior.

        I have ignored at least 3 dozen posts from this “new” monk so far. I only feed enough to afford a slow starvation. :P

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Re^3: API continuous Speech-To-Text
by marto (Cardinal) on Sep 04, 2018 at 09:53 UTC

    "Update: Jasper is written in python, so if not, then for example is there a way to import python modules you can help the OP with."

    As addressed already in my other reply to you, before this update, OP asked "Do you think it is a very big/difficult project to have a Perl solution that:", followed by some criteria. The project I suggested as a reasonable basis for comparison, allowing OP to make a more informed decision. While things like Inline::Python exist, I wouldn't recommend them because it isn't practical in this case and more specifically it doesn't address the question OP actually asked.

Re^3: API continuous Speech-To-Text
by marto (Cardinal) on Sep 03, 2018 at 12:35 UTC

    As stated, I suggested they look at how this project deals with the details, since it's a working example of what they actually want to achieve. The question OP asked was "Do you think it is a very big/difficult project to have a Perl solution that", having access to the working python code OP can then use their perl knowledge to ascertain the difficulty/scale of a perl based solution.

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