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Re: Dial in issues

From: Markus Sabadello <markus@danubetech.com>
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2018 08:22:32 +0100
To: public-credentials@w3.org
Message-ID: <9d4bd7ac-aeb9-52a1-ce46-c4b1b3ffa3c2@danubetech.com>
If that inbound call limit could be increased, then I think the current
setup would be fine, no need to switch to Zoom.

Calling your dial-in line via Skype costs me 0.024 EUR per minute, i.e.
1.44 EUR per hour, which is acceptable.

I'll also try via SIP again next time.


On 03/14/2018 06:35 PM, Manu Sporny wrote:
> On 03/14/2018 01:16 PM, Christopher Allen wrote:
>> it isn’t automated, but if you remember to turn it on and off, Zoom 
>> emails you in minutes with a download link
> This is the reason it typically fails. It requires a human to remember
> and intervene to start the recording and then again to upload it so that
> the rest of us have access to it.
> The current system we have ensures (as in it's fully automated) that at
> least the raw IRC log and the raw audio are recorded and archived so we
> can all get to it.
> The other gotcha is that if we transition to Zoom, someone will have to
> manually copy the IRC log to git or rewrite the software to do that
> since the archival of the IRC logs are triggered off of the first caller
> into the phone system and the last caller to leave the phone system.
> There is also the benefit of people on the IRC channel being able to ask
> the voipbot for the SIP and dial in number for the bridge.
> What ends up typically happening is that people remember the first
> several times, and then feel like it's a burden, don't understand why we
> record audio, and they stop doing it.
> We've asked our upstream provider if they can up the simultaneous
> inbound call limit from 15 phone-based callers to 50 simultaneous
> phone-based callers.
> -- manu
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