Dave Cridland dave at cridland.net
Tue Dec 1 11:37:48 CST 2009

On Tue Dec  1 17:33:58 2009, Justin Karneges wrote:
> The ICE draft says that conflict resolution is needed for  
> third-party call
> control cases.  Whenever I see stuff like "third-party call  
> control", my SIP
> alarms go off, and I don't think it's wrong to ask for  
> clarification about
> it.

Sure, but I'm not following the value in deviating from the standard  
spec here. Is this stuff particularly onerous?

> Appendix B.11 describes a case where a call controller sends out  
> invites to
> two different clients and attempts to bridge them.  Both invited  
> clients
> attempt to connect to each other simultaneously I guess, and both  
> think they
> are in the controlling role.  Can this happen with Jingle?  Maybe  
> it can, but
> it would be great if someone would say so.

I don't see what expressly forbids this. And even if it's not  
possible now, I don't see why we'd wish to preclude this happening in  
the future.

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