[Freeswitch-dev] [Freeswitch-users] C SAY API
me at nikolay.com
Tue Dec 19 11:33:07 EST 2006
This is all good, but I'm afraid that similarly to your Asterisk product,
it's probably not going to be open source and free (as in "free beer"). I
will be more than happy if I assumed wrongly.
From: tech at i6net.com [mailto:tech at i6net.com]
Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2006 2:10 AM
To: freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org; Brian West
Cc: freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org
Subject: Re: [Freeswitch-users] C SAY API
i6net is trying to port the VXIasterisk to FreeSwitch (project named
The module is called mod_vxml (Brian confirm me the availability for this
We have made the first connection between our VoiceXML browser and the
We need help to :
- have a configuration file (XML).
- have a CLI admin commands to get some execution stats.
Selon Brian West <brian.west at mac.com>:
> 1. Get OpenVXI to compile ....
> 2. Actually get it to work.
> 3. Must lean towards Open Source.
> I have yet to get it working on even linux following the actual build
> instructions. If anyone wants to do the research to get this to
> compile on linux then we can work on Mac and Windows.
> On Dec 18, 2006, at 10:40 PM, Kannaiyan Natesan wrote:
> > Voicexml will be the best bet.
> > Any cons towards using this?
> > Kannaiyan
> > On 12/18/06, Victor Gamov <vitspec at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> On 12/16/06, Anthony Minessale <anthmct at yahoo.com > wrote:
> >>> Hi,
> >>> I'm working on a muiti-lingual say api for ivr programmers to be
> >>> able
> >>> to generate audio for saying numbers, counting items or
> >>> expressing amounts
> >> of things such as currency.
> >> [skip]
> >> Hi Anthony!
> >> I think that it's not bad idea to have VoiceXML module in
> >> FreeSWITCH. Using
> >> this module anyone can easely write any IVR application (voicemail
> >> and
> >> other). If so, logic for multi-lingual api and other complex
> >> things may be
> >> carry out from FreeSWITCH.
> >> Some words about multi-lingual support.
> >> Some times ago I write VoiceXML applications speaked in English,
> >> Russian and
> >> some other langs. The basic idea was liked to your say() function and
> >> Kannaiyan's sequencer: we use module which parses input digits and
> >> interpret
> >> it as number, money, date, etc and predefined VoiceXML files for each
> >> language to properly construct phrases like "You have 100
> >> messages" (EN) or
> >> "In your voicebox 100 messages" (RU). It works fine for all langs.
> >> --
> >> CU,
> >> Victor Gamov
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