I guess the issue then becomes whether this is enough of a step in right
direction that it can be built on - and whether it's worth the effort.
Cullen/Jonathan - can you speak to any of the operational issues w.r.t.
'failure surprise' in the existing implementation?
On Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 10:28 AM, Adam Roach <adam(_at_)nostrum(_dot_)com> wrote:
On 7/6/10 7:20 AM, Peter Musgrave wrote:
From my perspective what this is really about is the ability for me to
have interoperable ad-hoc video calls between businesses which can be
established via SIP with a "good enough" level of authentication and
You're looking in the wrong place, then.
The problem is that VIPR really provides something more like "random
failure surprise," as some portion of the call attempts must go over the
(non-video-capable) PSTN. The user doesn't have any idea about, or control
over, when this will happen. So while it might be something you could use
for personal purposes -- where frequent video call setup failures would be
okay -- I doubt it's a viable video solution in a business environment. To
run a business, you need something better than "random failure surprise".
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