[Freeswitch-dev] mod_conference - User Classes
anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Mon Jun 7 12:48:24 PDT 2010
sounds useful enough, lets see how you do.
On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 2:36 PM, David Swardstrom <dswardstrom at remotelink.com
> One feature that many conferences have is classes of users. There is the
> Host/Moderator, speakers, and Guests/participants. In such conferences, the
> Host may have the ability to Mute all non-speaking Conferees. Currently this
> requires a separate flag for each user indicating the user class. To toggle
> conference level mute, the application will need to get a conference list
> and run through it. For each conferee in the list, the current mute status
> and user class must be determined.
> I would like to propose introducing a new member flag: speaker.
> This indicates that the member is a speaker and should not be automatically
> muted. This would be provided as a “speaker” flag as part of the status on a
> A new set of Conference APIs would be also be provided: mute & unmute at
> the conference level.
> When issued, any member that does not have a moderator or speaker flag set
> would be muted or unmuted.
> If the conference is “guest muted”, the first line of the list API response
> would indicate this a “muted” similar to the locked indicator currently
> If this seems like a reasonable proposal, I would take a stab at modifying
> mod_conference and testing it and then submit it via a Jira request.
> Paul David Swardstrom
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