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Need a tester on Pi for a new module :)



  • Hi,

    Do YOU want to test a new and cool module?

    You need to know your way around a Pi, Linux and look through JavaScript to help identifying issues?

    Features:

    • Offline Voice Control
    • Call 3.rd party voice for cloud service
    • Included Motion Detection
    • Control 3.rd party modules without modifying them
    • Support Pages
    • Voice works on any hardware (arm7 & amd64) incl Ubuntu OS 🙂

    PM me if you’re interested (only need 1 tester) 🙂


  • Project Sponsor Module Developer

    @thestigh

    As I told you, I don’t have a Pi for testing purposes. However, I did the installation, as you instructed, on an HP G60 laptop running ubuntu 16.04 LTS. No issues with the installation and the module is very responsive.

    Send me a Pi and I’ll test it for you. 🙂



  • @mykle1 said in Need a tester on Pi for a new module 🙂:

    @thestigh

    As I told you, I don’t have a Pi for testing purposes. However, I did the installation, as you instructed, on an HP G60 laptop running ubuntu 16.04 LTS. No issues with the installation and the module is very responsive.

    Send me a Pi and I’ll test it for you. 🙂

    Hehehe… We have a tester now for Pi - in Europe 🙂


  • Project Sponsor Module Developer

    @thestigh

    Excellent! 👍


  • Project Sponsor Module Developer

    I wonder why you choose to have only one tester? As I wrote my own offline voice recognition and dealed over two years with users having issues, I can tell you by heart, that more people can identify more issues, even if it’s just because of the different setups they use.



  • @THeStigh I’m willing to test as well. Because i agree with @strawberry-3-141 more testers gives more and diverse data and will help you perfect the module faster. Let me know how you think about it 😉

    Ps. I’m using the raspberry pi 3b+



  • @strawberry-3-141 and @ganget

    I’m so sorry guys, perhaps I didn’t think to clear when I wrote “just one”. I hope you can forgive this cold guy! Of course you can test it, there is no secrets 🙂 It consist of code from several modules, where we think we have taken the best parts and put’em in a single module.

    sdetweil has also done a masterpiece with disabling the mic of pocketsphinx so the module can be used as Hotword to call other online modules like AssistantMk2.

    My goal was just to have it tested on multiple platforms and HW devices before letting it free ‘in the wild’. Me and @Mykle1 have tested on different amd64’s with integrated webcam’s and Ubuntu 16.04, and I’ve tested myself on Asus Tinker Board S with TinkerOS 2.0.8 and external webcam.

    Feel free to test and test, perhaps come with good feedback, even participate to make this module better 🙂

    PM sent!