You can view more information on the Voice 1.6.0 source code and the Voice application from https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Voice
Feel free to file issues and fix bugs in the Voice source code. The Git version controlled source repository is available from https://gitlab.gnome.org/oka/gnome-voice.git
The Voicegram Recording Ogg Vorbis [
.ogg] and XML file [
.voice] is created in G_USER_DIRECTORY_MUSIC (usually
$HOME/Music/GNOME.voice on American English systems) with
<?xml version="1.0"?> <voice version="1.6.0"> <station name="Sondre Lerche" uri="http://www.sondrelerche.com/"> <location lat="37.7808297" lon="-122.3983918">San Francisco, California</loc ation> <stream>http://api.perceptron.stream:8000/192.ogg</stream> </station> </voice>
You’ll find the recorded Ogg Vorbis audio files along with the Voicegram Recording XML files in
$HOME/Music/) on GNOME 45 systems configured in the American English language.
The audio signals recorded with Voice version 1.6.0 have usually a sample rate of 44,100 Hz and are stored in the
$HOME/Music/GNOME.voice files for the label “GNOME”.
It is possible to configure multiple Voice listening streams with for example
$PREFIX/share/gnome-voice.xml. Your private Voice files is never shared with the public and can be kept private unless you manually share, upload or email the
$HOME/Music/GNOME.voice files or install a public web server such as Apache on your computer and copy
$HOME/public_html/GNOME.voice in your
public_html/ home directory on the public Apache web server.
Enjoy Voice 1.6 developments for the new, upcoming GNOME 45 Desktop Platform.