Voice Activated Controls
Dean at cognation.net
Tue Feb 27 04:16:09 CET 2007
No you wouldn't want to install Mexuar on your home asterisk server, it
costs $US2,000 it's only meant for commercial installations.
That's my point with Mexuar any java compliant browser not just your
firefox browser can connect to your asterisk server.
You will never be able to get every single person you communicate with
a/ install firefox
b/ install the plugin
BUT what it does mean is that you can have a sip or iax softphone on
your Neo handset and then allow anyone with a browser to browse to any
webpage you install the corraleta url on that they can call you for
You guys still haven't got it yet, with enough bandwidth on a single
Asterisk server and Mexuar, you could basically deliver calls to every
Neo globally eliminating all inbound and international call charges.
You still think I'm spamming Jeff?
Maybe I'm just thinking bigger picture which is why I keep talking about
network services and you guys talk about gsm subsidies.
dean at mexuar.com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: community-bounces at lists.openmoko.org [mailto:community-
> bounces at lists.openmoko.org] On Behalf Of jeff
> Sent: Monday, 26 February 2007 9:37 PM
> To: community at lists.openmoko.org
> Subject: Re: Voice Activated Controls
> Dean Collins wrote:
> > Hi Jeff,
> > Nope not the same thing, not the same functionality.
> Ya, moziax is more useful. ;)
> In sum, moziax (formerly mozphone) is a firefox plugin that turns the
> into a softphone.
> Coraleta is a proprietary thing companies can buy so when shoppers are
> their web pages they can click on a "connect" button and get a sales
> can see the context of the webpage they are looking at. It's similar
> "Live Chat" thing commercial sites often have, but uses voice.
> Dean Collins originally wrote:
> > Hell if you are going to install asterisk on a home server may as
> > buy a Mexuar Coraleta license (www.mexua.com) so you can do the
> > via a browser :)
> Now, why the hell someone want a Coraleta license with a home asterisk
> is beyond me. I assume you're just spamming us with a client of yours.
> my asterisk server is in a data center.
> But I think we're getting quite OT now...
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