Re: [webrtc-pc] addTransceiver woes

I don't care that much what the default is, perhaps "inactive"? Or we let it be "sendrecv".

>My interpretation is ontrack only fires in association with receivers being created with a track. That means at SRD() or if you addTransceiver() then no event should fire because you created it yourself.
When I read, "Set the RTCSessionDescription", sub bullets and I come to the conclusion:
- On the answerer side, `ontrack` will fire (as result of SRD) if the offerer side created the transceiver with `sendonly` or `sendrecv`
- On the offerer side, `ontrack` will fire (as result of SRD) if the answerer side created the transceiver (selected for this media description) with `sendonly` or `sendrecv`

So it seems possible to get `ontrack` - even if no tracks are attached - on both ends if the offerer app creates a `sendonly` transceiver and the answerer creates a `sendrecv` transceiver (that is picked for the media description).

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