Idea of a voice mail application
Dean at cognation.net
Fri Feb 29 18:46:16 CET 2008
....... and if your boss heard a message like this - come Monday you'd be looking for a new job.
Can I suggest that you don't really have the processing power onboard the neo to perform a real intelligent call routing application (and yes I'm about to be shot down yet again for suggesting that FIC build a web services component to their product offering) - this should be handled off deck in conjunction with an on handset processing capability.
For an example of what I'm proposing check out www.iotum.com and their blackberry intelligent call routing application.
Oh and if an VC reads this and wants to discuss further I have a full mockup of a number of web services applications that should be bundled into the FIC platform.
Cognation Pty Ltd
dean at cognation.net
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: community-bounces at lists.openmoko.org [mailto:community-
> bounces at lists.openmoko.org] On Behalf Of "Marco Trevisan (Treviño)"
> Sent: Friday, 29 February 2008 12:34 PM
> To: community at lists.openmoko.org
> Subject: Re: Idea of a voice mail application
> siaPeter Trapp ha scritto:
> > Hi everybody,
> > I thought about the possibility of a voice mail installed on the neo. The
> > idea is to let the application decide if you are reachable for the caller or
> > not. The decision will be done on profiles (time, who is calling, what to do
> > (let it ring or answer directly) ).
> > Eg:
> > Saturday 10:00pm and your boss is calling (and you have a signal)
> > Neo is aware that it is "weekend" and who is calling. It just turns on the
> > voice mail...
> > Dear Boss, actually it is weekend and I just don't want to get some work right
> > now. Sorry, my neo will not even inform me that you've called. So don't try
> > again later. It would not help until Monday 9am! Have a nice weekend
> > --- without the possibility to leave a message ;)
> Cool, but your caller will pay for this.. So maybe it won't be so happy :P
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