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Welcome to the OpenMary development page

This is the home of the source code of the OpenMary text-to-speech synthesis system.

For an introduction to MARY, online demos, and for downloading an installer for the MARY system, go to the main MARY page.

On these development pages, you can browse the source code, and submit bug reports (but look at the existing bug reports first!).

Bug reports

The ticketing system for creating tickets used to be open to anyone. Unfortunately, too much spam was created (more than 10 spam reports for one real report), so we had to restrict access.

To report a bug, we must now ask you to first get an account on this portal, by following these two simple steps:

  1. fill in this form to create an opendfki account;
  1. ask Marc to add your account to the OpenMary project.

With that new account, you will be able to report bugs / create tickets on the portal. Sorry for the inconvenience!

Mailing List

If you use the MARY system, you can subscribe to the mary-users mailing list. Over time, interesting pieces of information may also accumulate in the mary-users list Archives.

Wiki documentation

This page is a wiki page, which means that you can edit it. Feel free to add relevant tips and tricks. See WikiFormatting for details.

Here are some entry points to get us started:

Guidelines for code development:

SVN access to the repository

You can check out the source code from SVN, using the following command:

   svn checkout https://mary.opendfki.de/repos/trunk openmary

Want to help?

As all open source projects, OpenMary can only thrive with contributions from the community.

Any pronunciation corrections are welcome on the PronunciationCorrections page.

If you have a suggestion what you would like to implement, it might be a good idea to discuss it on the mary-users list, and/or to submit a ticket.

If you would like to help but would need inspiration what you could do, do take a look at the active tickets, or more specifically at the section Volunteers wanted!

Contact Marc Schröder (schroed at dfki.de) if you want to get write access to the repository.

Trac

This development environment is built using Trac.