Feb 2013: www.eguidedog.net was moved to web server within China instead of web space provided SourceForge because long term (some weeks) of inaccessibility in China. (I believed it was not a technical issue of SourceForge)
Jan 2013: Ekho 5.2 released. Naturalness of voice was greatly improved.
Dec 2012: Thanks to Tennom YK and Trinley Pedron, Tibetan was supported since Ekho 5.0.
Nov 2012: Thanks to Zhao Qianshan, Ngangien (an acient Chinese before Yuan Dynasty) was supported since Ekho 5.0.
Sep 2012: Cantonese version of eSpeak for Android released on Google Play: eSpeak TTS (粤语)
Jul 2010: A web-based self-voiced classic Chinese game - 华容道 was released.
Jul 2010: A web-based self-voiced Chinese game - 记忆翻牌游戏 was released.
Feb 2010: A WebAnywhere server, which supports Cantonese, Mandarin, English and German, was setup in China for public use. http://wa.eguidedog.net
Dec 2009: eGuideDog project began to accept donation with SourceForge's donation system through Paypal.
Nov 2009: Ekho 2.0 released, which supports SAPI5 on Windows.
Oct 2009: eGuideDog team finished the draft coding for multi-language framework of WebAnywhere.
Aug 2009: eguidedog.net was registered as the official domain of eGuideDog project.
Mar 2009: Ekho 0.91 was released, which was the first stable version of Ekho.
Mar 2009: A new Cantonese voice with 7 tones recorded by Cameron Wong was released.
Feb 2009: zhspeak, which is a mini version of Ekho in Python, was released with the help of Dr. Colin Kong.
Jan 2009: Michael Tang joined in eGuideDog team who made great contribution to the Cantonese dictionary and Ekho voice improvement.
Jan 2009: eSpeak-Chinese was stopped updating because we have no time to maintained.
Oct 2008: With Silas S. Brown and Hae-Sung Jeon's help, a Korean voice was supported in Ekho 0.75 for trial.
Sep 2008: eGuideDog Browser is deprecated because its prospect and our limited time.
Jul 2008: With Silas S. Brown and Yali Cheng's help, a Mandarin voice was released. Ekho supports Cantonese, Mandarin and English (through Festival) since then.
Mar 2008: eGuideDog TTS - egdspeak was released, which was renamed to Ekho later.
Dec 2007: eSpeak-Chinese was reported by Hong Kong Blind Union. (無障礙數碼科技通訊 第二十一期)
Nov 2007: With Kyle Wang and Silas S. Brown's help, eSpeak-Chinese was released. It is a Chinese version of eSpeak with Chinese installer and build-in Cantonese/Mandarin dictionaries. eSpeak-Cantonese was merged into it since then.
Nov 2007: The project was reported by Hong Kong Blind Union. (無障礙數碼科技通訊 第十九期 )
Sep 2007: eSpeak-Cantonese was released, which is a Cantonese version of eSpeak.
Sep 2007: After annotating phonetic symbols for about 40,000 words, a draft Cantonese phonetic dictionary was done.
Jan 2007: eGuideDog Browser became a functional voice browser for the blind.
Dec 13, 2006: eGuideDog project was founded by Cameron Wong. eGuideDog Browser written in Perl was the first software in the project.