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I'm sure that when the acquisition process is over, it's going to
be MS that has the rights to Eloquence, not Nuance, as it will
most likely be dissolved.
What interest do they have by keeping such rights,
especially if the popular demand is to have it be open sourced?
They could either do that, or they could maintain it, and make it
a part of Windows.
On 4/26/2021 8:50 AM, Gene wrote:
I see that you want it to be made open source. I see no
reason why it will be. I hadn’t read the subject line
before I sent my last message. I generally skip them
because they so often tell nothing, such as, help, a
Nuance may not be making much money from Eloquence, but I
doubt they will make it either free or open source. If they
haven’t done so by now, given all the interest of the blind
community, why would they care about a petition?
Sent: Monday, April 26, 2021 10:34 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] petition to open source
As some of you may know, Microsoft
acquired Nuance. I started this
petition as ETI-Eloquence isn't
maintained and is used by a lot of the
blind community. If you would like to
sign It, the link is
Feel free to pass this along to as
many people as possible.
Sent from Mail for Windows 10