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22 Jun 2021
@simon.brandner:envs.netŠimon Brandner Dave: do you have any thoughts on this? 09:46:53
@dave:matrix.orgDaveyou would probably either be a plain client (ie. a bot) or an AS, really depending on what the actual application is, and whether everyone interacting with it would be calling a single user or one of many users12:18:13
@dave:matrix.orgDaveeg. for voip bridging we use an AS so that you can place a call to, say, a sip URL by calling a specific AS user, jjst like you;d message someone across a bridge12:19:21
@dave:matrix.orgDavean AS is the most flexible but you're restricted to having to set up your own HS, so it's more overheard to set up12:19:48
@dave:matrix.orgDaveso I would probably just implement it as a client to start with12:20:21
@dave:matrix.orgDavealthough you also started by describing quite a generic framework and then later described a fairly specific conferencing setup12:21:40
@dave:matrix.orgDavefor the conferencing setup you'd probably want an AS so you could dial into different conferences depending on what AS user you called12:22:03
@Thulinma:matrix.orgThulinmaYeah it can be both - the software is intended to be used generically, but I can see that it would be nice as a lightweight conference calling option as well. First integration would probably be one-way (sending WebRTC to users, nothing able to go back) but who knows.12:52:50
@Thulinma:matrix.orgThulinmaWhen going the client route - would you suggest one bot for the whole system, or a bot per channel?12:53:41
@Thulinma:matrix.orgThulinma(media channel, just to clarify - e.g. what if you have a system that provides 40 streams: would 40 bots be better, or one bot that takes commands to decide which stream you wanted?)12:54:27
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