[Freeswitch-users] VxML Parser?
gilbertandrew at mac.com
Mon Nov 3 03:12:32 PST 2008
I am just an observer of FS. What I am impressed with is the
extensibility. And I am curious about xml models (vxml, proprietary
xml) vs scripting (lua, python, etc). That is why I asked.
That said, sounds like the pieces are all waiting for the right
motivation and resource set. I can't rule out helping, but can't
promise much yet either.
Lastly, curious about the "not very good" part or your response. Is
this a reference to OpenVXI or one of it's derivatives?
(and wikipbx does look cool....)
On Nov 2, 2008, at 11:18 PM, Michael S Collins wrote:
> Welcome to FreeSWITCH! BTW, I owe you a thank you because I first
> heard of FS from one of your posts to the asterisk users list. :)
> FS is definitely designed to be extensible. In fact, one night when
> Tony was ticked off about a post earlier in the day, he whipped up
> mod_yaml in three hours! However, I don't believe anyone has yet
> sung the virtues of VXML to the point of imploring the devs to add
> it, nor has anyone put up a bounty.
> My guess is that VXML would be added at some point. It will happen
> more quickly if Tony doesn't have to do it gratis if know what I mean.
> Hey are you still a Python guy? Just curious if you have played
> with mod_python or wikipbx yet.
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Nov 2, 2008, at 1:15 PM, Douglas Garstang <dougmig33 at yahoo.com>
>> Well, the same could be said about Asterisk and yet there are
>> third part vxml parsers (although not very good) available for it.
>> I have developers that want to write voice applications directly
>> in vxml. They want to use vxml, not js, lua, python or anything
>> else. That's a hard requirement.
>> I'm surprised freeswitch doesn't have this available. Being able
>> to rapidly deploy voice applications with vxml doesn't seem like
>> an unusual requirement.
>> From: Andrew Gilbert <gilbertandrew at mac.com>
>> To: freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org
>> Sent: Sunday, November 2, 2008 12:51:31 PM
>> Subject: Re: [Freeswitch-users] VxML Parser?
>> Quick answer, it's a switch/b2bua and not a vxml parser.
>> Longer answer involves questions about what you are trying to do.
>> If you need quick voice apps, check out the many options including
>> js, lua, python, liverpie, etc. It is a rich set of options and
>> much of this may be more appropriate / productive than full vxml
>> dependent on requirements.
>> If you have a hard requirement / need for vxml might check out
>> voiceglue.org. This is an asterisk related project, but in theory
>> and with some effort who knows.
>> On Nov 2, 2008, at 12:36 PM, Douglas Garstang wrote:
>>> I'm new to freeswitch.
>>> Is there a vxml parser for freeswitch?
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>>> Freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org
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