In this thread it is mentioned that there is no interest in adding voice control beyond the web input experiment.
I was curious why this is. To me it seems that voice control, when done right, is a useful and intuitive way of controlling a smart home.
Furthermore, strategically it could be powerful to position the Mozilla Gateway as a system that explicitly rejects the surveillance businessmodel that come with Alexa, Cortana and the other cloud-connected versions. For me the only way I will allow voice control into my home is if the system is not cloud connected at all.
It seems open source cloudless voice control systems are having their moment, with wonderful hardware and software popping up all over the place. It would seem strange to me if Mozilla would not embrace this chance.