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===Getting started wit Artikulate===
 
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====What a contributor can do====
 
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====Downloading the source files====
 
====Downloading the source files====
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====Compiling and installing Artikulate====
 
====Compiling and installing Artikulate====
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====Getting data files (artikulate-data repository)====  
 
====Getting data files (artikulate-data repository)====  
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===Editing course skeletons===
 
===Editing course skeletons===
 
====Adding new course skeletons====
 
====Adding new course skeletons====
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====Adding units to a course skeleton====
 
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====Adding phrases to units====
 
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===Editing language courses===
 
===Editing language courses===
 
====Creating a new language course from a course skeleton====
 
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====Translating phrases to a language====
 
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====Adding recordings for phrases====
 
====Adding recordings for phrases====
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====Tagging phonemes for phrases====
 
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====Adding new languages/ Creating new phonology====
 
====Adding new languages/ Creating new phonology====
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Revision as of 06:33, 14 June 2013

Contents

Artikulate

Artikulate is a learning software that helps improving pronunciation skills.

Course and Language Contributions

We seek for non-coding contributions in essentially two areas. One area is the creation of language specifications, the other area is the contribution of courses and native speaker recordings:

Setup Artikulate from Sources

Currently it is necessary for every contributor to compile and install Artikulate by herself/himself. Having an up to date KDE SC system in your distribution (KDE SC >= 4.10) makes this rather simple.

Details on how to set up your build system and how to set up environment variables to run Artikulate please refer to:

Artikulate manual

Getting started wit Artikulate

What a contributor can do

In construction

Downloading the source files

In construction

Compiling and installing Artikulate

In construction

Getting data files (artikulate-data repository)

In construction

Editing course skeletons

Adding new course skeletons

In construction

Adding units to a course skeleton

In construction

Adding phrases to units

In construction

Editing language courses

Creating a new language course from a course skeleton

In construction

Translating phrases to a language

In construction

Adding recordings for phrases

In construction

Tagging phonemes for phrases

In construction

Adding new languages/ Creating new phonology

In construction


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