pāḷi dictionary with audioideally similar to
that mdbg also has wiki editing features built in. If you don't like
the definition of the word, you can immediately go correct it, add more
definitions, etc. They're using synthesized audio for the speech. This
is easy to do for chinese, since each character is one syllable, with 4
possible tones. So there's a small finite set of audio files to record.
pali, one way we could look into using wikipedia itself, although I'm
skeptical and leery of all the battles that can happen when there are
differences of opinion on a defintion.
A quick easy way would
be to set up a sister site to audio_tipitaka (so google internal site
searches will work well on a separate site), audio samples could be
slowly built up from extracted words from audio suttas as people have
time and feel motivated to add. In addition to text definitions, there
would be links to PED, CPD, etc.
synchronized audio and text (like karaoke)future
features wishlist: synchronized audio + pali text (think karaoke) so
one could use an ipod to listen and read pali text at the same time,
resume later and have text automatically synced to the audio. librivox thread LRC
local webiste downloada way to download the entire audio_tipitaka onto your local pc
out which playlist format is the most universal, have ways of editing
and searching out the proper mp3s to download from audiotipitaka to fill
out the playlist