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Is CQC Voice still actively developed and extended?

I've ordered a mic to do some preliminary testing with and I'm looking for ideas on how to make it useful and replace several Amazon Echo Dot's.  The problem I see currently is having a pc running in all of those locations and the need for a Mic and speakers.  Has any thought gone into a "mini" receiver perhaps running on a rPi that only relays the commands back to the master server?  Or what would be a typical deployment for this in a practical usage?

I've gone through the command list and it covers the majority of things.  However one thing that is the most used in our house is using Alexa for a cooking timer.  I saw there's a "remind me" phrase however would it be possible to add a "set a timer for...." and have support for multiple timers?
It has to be on a Windows machine since we are using the Microsoft speech recognition system to drive it. I'll put the cooking timer on the list to do.
(01-19-2020, 10:35 AM)simplextech Wrote: [ -> ]Is CQC Voice still actively developed and extended?

I've ordered a mic to do some preliminary testing with and I'm looking for ideas on how to make it useful and replace several Amazon Echo Dot's.  The problem I see currently is having a pc running in all of those locations and the need for a Mic and speakers.  Has any thought gone into a "mini" receiver perhaps running on a rPi that only relays the commands back to the master server?  Or what would be a typical deployment for this in a practical usage?

I've gone through the command list and it covers the majority of things.  However one thing that is the most used in our house is using Alexa for a cooking timer.  I saw there's a "remind me" phrase however would it be possible to add a "set a timer for...." and have support for multiple timers?

Surface Go's  Big Grin perhaps? Built in mic and speakers.