|Pliant talk forum
Discussion: Work plan
Would like to work under some plan, with deadlines.
|Message posted by maybe Boris Reitman on 2006/05/17 14:06:08
I have time now to work on Pliant related stuff, about 2 hours a day,
at the minimum. If you would like to direct my time, you could prepare a list
of what needs to be done in the order of priority.
|Message posted by hubert.tonneau on 2006/05/18 19:24:14
Do you have the possibility to make or receive SIP calls (kphone or equivalent)
so that we can exchange a bit about your skills and preferences.
My SIP phone is sip:hubert.tonneau (at) fullpliant.org
|Message posted by maybe Boris Reitman on 2006/05/18 20:27:24
|I have Skype, but I will try to get working too. My skype ID is boris_reitman.
|Message posted by maybe Boris Reitman on 2006/05/19 18:37:14
|How about tomorrow 10:00am my time ? (I am in Boston, I believe it is -5 hours).
If you can suggest a free SIP server I can connect to, it would help.
I found voipcheap.com
|Message posted by hubert.tonneau on 2006/05/19 18:52:32
|You don't seem to have understood what SIP is all about:
it's the real free protocol, so you don't need to subscribe anywhere.
Just launch kphone or any other one, configure it, type in my SIP address
and it should ring (well, at the moment, it's still as rough as configuring
Linux in it's early days, but it's the one that will probably evolve nicely
The only constain is that if you don't have a fixed IP address, then you will
not be abble to receive calls without the help of a proxy.
The other problem might be that my configuration here is still not perfect
because of the two stages firewall.
So, you can first test your configuration through calling the automatic
answering box at:
|Message posted by maybe Boris Reitman on 2006/05/20 06:10:00
|Ok, I am able to call the 613 number and test the connection. I will try calling
you tomorow at 10:00am my time.
|Message posted by hubert.tonneau on 2006/05/20 17:51:52
|Please email me something directly at email@example.com
since I have doubts about what your current mailbox is.
|Message posted by hubert.tonneau on 2006/05/21 00:17:42
|As a conclusion of the long VoIP talk we had today about Pliant project,
I prepose to provide you enough informations about the Pliant UI internals
so that you can extend the various available tags (more parameters for tables,
new widgets, several boxes text flow, etc) to make it a truely attractive
alternative (because it is web compatible and ok for very interactive
applications such as documents editing).
On my side, I will write (at an undefined at the moment date) the basic server
side rendering for the HTTP proxy, then you will be abble to test it against
various browsers, include your Java VNC code based applet as a more efficient