UPDATE: Video below. i4SiriAuth does work. iPod Touch 4G Siri also does work.
So we have been hard at work on the server. Mark DiFranco is lead developer on the server side. He has been able to make a connection with the google voice api and he is currently working on implementing it into the Siri Proxy. He has to figure out how to convert the siri speech packets to flac to send to google api service. He said that he is sure he can accomplish the job.
All of this news about the google voice api has gotten people a little confused. We are going to use the google voice api to simple covert speech to text. This will not make siri’s voice sound different nor will it mean lack in siri functions. We are simply using google’s server instead of apple’s. We will have to spend more time implementing plugins but the final outcome should result in a fully functional siri server.
Our server should support Spire. We plan on releasing the server by just telling the address. The server should be able to handle the requests but if not we will just have to keep upgrading. There is no ETA on release but we will be releasing the server to donators first as we promised. This will allow a slow release of the server and allow for testing.