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Changes requested for VoiceXML 3

From: McGlashan, Scott <scott.mcglashan@hp.com>
Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2004 15:38:43 +0100
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To: <www-voice@w3.org>


The Voice Browser working group is working on change requests for the
VoiceXML 3. We are grateful for change requests which have been
previously submitted for VoiceXML 2/2.1 and we are now looking for any
additional requests for the first phase of VoiceXML 3 (changes can also
be submitted during later phases). 

If you have already submitted a VoiceXML change request to the public
list or directly to the working group, you do not need to submit it
again.

To give you an idea of what changes are already under consideration, we
are looking at the following major areas:
- distinction between data, flow control and dialog
- asychronous events; 3rd party control (e.g. multimodal)
- flexible FIA: dialog confirmation/clarification/transition
- Align event model with DOM3
- Platform capabilities
- Conformance modules/profiles
- Resource bundles
- Interaction history tracking
- 'Go back' functionality
- Speaker verification/authentication

In addition, we are considering changes to existing functionality in the
following areas:
- Streaming support in record
- DTMF control
- Grammar control and results
- VCR prompt control (volume, skip, etc)
- Modularized schema
- Ids on more elements
- Dynamic properties
- Multiple recognition passes 

If you have a new VoiceXML change request, please submit it to this
list: include a description of the change together with use case
motivation. We would be grateful if you could submit any requests as
soon as possible.

If you are not sure about whether your request has already been
submitted to the group, or need further information, please contact us
directly.

thanks

Jim Larson
Scott McGlashan
Chairs, Voice Browser Working Group
Received on Tuesday, 30 November 2004 14:39:46 GMT

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