Re: [MMUSIC] Notes from Orlando human language draft discussion

Randall Gellens <> Sat, 13 July 2013 08:07 UTC

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At 2:49 PM +1000 7/10/13, Christian Groves wrote:

>  I wouldn't have thought that it would be use case specific... i.e. 
> i'd only include my language when I called an emergency service. I 
> would think an endpoint would be configured with the information 
> and then provide it whenever I made a call. Is that the intent?

I expect so, but then, I also didn't expect it to be used much in the 
person-to-person case since usually language is implied by context 
when calling an individual.  I expect it to be used when a person is 
calling an call center (corporate or emergency).  To put it another 
way, I expect a personal client to always set language on outbound 
calls, but in most cases to ignore it on inbound calls.  I'd expect a 
corporate call center, as well as emergency call handling facilities, 
to pay attention.  I should make this more clear in the draft.

Randall Gellens
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