[Freeswitch-dev] CCXML/VXML module

jonathan augenstine jaugenstine at gmail.com
Fri Mar 6 12:33:56 PST 2009

I think your points are well taken and I certainly do not want to start down
a road that is a dead end.  What makes me think I "need" VXML is that is
what my client is requesting.  That is usually a pretty good determination
in my book.  That being said I am not beyond pushing another solution if I
think it will be to their benefit.  I am not looking for input on the
project design.  I am trying to determine if there would be benefit to
Freeswitch of having a built in VXML interpreter. That is my only real
question.  If not, I will push much harder on the client to reconsider their
request and consider other alternatives.

On Fri, Mar 6, 2009 at 11:16 AM, Matt Porter <mporter at voice3g.com> wrote:

> what makes you think you "need" voicexml,
> I wouldnt suggest flooding the market with yet another half done voicexml
> interpreter...
> if you try to implement one from scratch, you will quickly realize that
> finishing the last 10% is more than 90% of the work.   Then its in the state
> as all the other opensource voicexml interpreters out there.
> what you end up with just kinda smells like voicexml, and isnt terribly
> portable.. then you might be asking yourself why didnt i just use some other
> scripting language in FS and save myself all that time.
> VoiceXML from my experience is an all or nothing thing.   People either
> want it, or they dont.
> They dont want a half-baked interperter that cant pass the IR compliance
> suite.
> I dont know how we can offer if it makes sense in the "design of the
> project you are working on"..  you havent offered much detail there.
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