[Standards-JIG] RE: Standards-JIG Digest, Vol 35, Issue 91

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at jabber.org
Tue Oct 31 23:01:57 UTC 2006


Jean-Louis Seguineau wrote:
> You are right from a RFC 'letter' stand point, Peter. I was just referring
> to the few actual applications I have come across, not saying you where
> wrong in any way. The server has to really be knowledgeable about the UA's
> state to "decide to queue the call rather than reject it". I have not dealt
> with SIP enabled call center (which would certainly fit in the RFC excerpt
> if they were widely deployed), but 182 are commonly returned by SIP phones
> able to queue several calls.

OK, great. So maybe we add it back in to XEP-0167.

> The truth in SIP lies with the way the RFC is interpreted by its high
> priests. Were mere mortals :)

Yes, indeed. I'm just a standards guy, so feedback from folks who've
implemented SIP as opposed to just read the specs is very valuable.

/psa

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