[ic] captcha audio, and recaptcha...
mike at perusion.com
Thu Oct 9 13:14:57 UTC 2008
Quoting Peter (peter at pajamian.dhs.org):
> On 10/08/2008 10:42 PM, Mike Heins wrote:
> > Quoting Rick Bragg (lists at gmnet.net):
> >> On Mon, 2008-10-06 at 19:59 +0000, Rick Bragg wrote:
> >>> Has anybody ever set up audio captcha and/or recaptcha at all?
> >>> I would really like to at least set up audio captcha for the visually
> >>> impaired. I would also like to set up recaptcha but just as a bonus.
> >>> Thanks
> >>> Rick
> >> By the way, in my case, setting up audio captcha is not really a "want"
> >> but a "need". It is for a city website, and as a city, we must be fully
> >> section 508 compliant and cater to disabilities. (or no captcha at
> >> all.)
> >> The recaptcha is more of a "want" as this city is wanting to take the
> >> lead in this sort of thing. The recapcha should be optional for users
> >> to fill out.
> >> It would be great to build a profile check for this type of thing.
> >> for example:
> >> &or mv_captcha_guess=captcha, mv_audiocaptcha_guess=audiocaptcha Wrong Guess...
> >> Any thoughts?
> > Does Perl have an Audio CAPTCHA module? That is the only way that
> > we would be likely to get this done...
> I couldn't find any, but it should be relatively straight forward with
> text to speech. Just pick out some random words in a dictionary, run
> them through text to speech and link to the audio file for the speech.
Aha. I am guessing then that you don't have to input and
recognize, only output. Yes, that would be possible for someone
to code. I wrote a little module that reminds me of appointments with
that robotic sounding voice... 8-)
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