Thread Subject: Re: (Postpone the) Real-time text discussion
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From: Paul E. Jones
Date: Mon, Aug 13 2007 4:45 PM
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> I think usable applications can be created based on your helper-
> model, but I do not see any problems with the currently defined ways to
> real-time text that would make it worth while abstaining from
> continuing on
> the current track and complementing with new ways as needs arise. The
> currently defined methods are agreed among major telecom and IT
> and are easily integrated with their environments.
I do not agree with the above statement. I spend my days (and many nights)
working on solutions for the telecom industry (both enterprise and service
provider), and I can say quite definitively that currently defined methods
are NOT agreed. If you are not under NDA, can you enumerate the list of
major carriers who have agreed to support any of the proposed RTT standards?
I'm not suggesting that anyone is unwilling, but I believe that the industry
is still at a point of building that consensus which you suggest already
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