Re: [rtcweb] A plea for simplicity, marketability - and... who are we designing RTCWEB for?

Iñaki Baz Castillo <ibc@aliax.net> Wed, 19 October 2011 17:50 UTC

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2011/10/19 Saúl Ibarra Corretgé <saul@ag-projects.com>;:
> Well, lets take Phono as an example. Why can people build cool things with it? Because it's a simple library and developers don't need to do much, right? That's only true because someone (Voxeo in the case of Phono) provides a server for it. Inaki and Jose could very well build a jQuery plugin on top of that jsSIP library which would connect you through *their* OverSIP servers and it would work just as good. A phone in your browser, 10 lines of JS.

This is an important note. When a web developer uses Phone it's just
using the JS provided by Phono, but it must connect to Phono servers
(that is a product, a service, NOT an open technology).

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Iñaki Baz Castillo
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