[Freeswitch-dev] mod_conference - User Classes
trixter at 0xdecafbad.com
Mon Jun 7 12:50:08 PDT 2010
On Mon, 2010-06-07 at 14:36 -0500, David Swardstrom wrote:
> 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 list.
would it not be better to have a profile set for each member instead of
for the conference as a whole? This could mean that you can have some
muted, some not, some with extra dtmf events some with less, etc. One
thing that I ran into was if you set sounds, dtmf events, etc its for
everyone and if you change it for the 2nd person entering you lose that.
In this way it would allow you to use different pins for a moderator,
speaker and listener like some other conferences I have seen elsewhere.
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