VoIP call transfer?

mathew davis someoneinjapan at gmail.com
Sat Mar 31 21:10:02 CEST 2007

That's good to know.  I wasn't suggesting that we use skype that's just the
first example that came to mind.  Thanks for the info I will stay away from

On 3/30/07, Henryk Plötz <henryk at openmoko.org> wrote:
> Moin,
> Am Wed, 28 Mar 2007 15:08:28 -0700 schrieb Matthew S. Hamrick:
> >  From an application perspective, I have a contact at eBay labs
> > who's been pressuring the Skype team to release an ARM/Linux binary.
> Just my 0.02 EUR at this: Skype is everything that the Neo is not.
> It is the definition of closed-source, proprietory software. It does
> ghastly things (google for "Silver Needle in the Skype" by Philippe
> Biondi and Fabrice Desclaux) and a lot of open source developers in
> their right minds would probably refuse to support Skype. And
> it is controlled by a single vendor under US jurisdiction, which in
> these days precludes from using it for anything that might be business
> confidential.
> My intuition tells me that it should be possible to set up this
> functionality purely with open protocols/software and/or a local
> provider that you can at least remotely trust.
> IMHO all Neo VoIP work should turn away from Skype and focus on
> SIP/IAX/H.323.
> --
> Henryk Plötz
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