Paul, Cheers to that, I miss read the site portion as if it were asking
about any potential concerns there. If you need any help in
developing/implementation of the additional services please feel free to
let me know. I am not always around in IRC but would be more than
willing to give a hand as needed, just shoot a project / idea in my
Just a side note I will be out of service for a few days from the 5th to
the 7th. Heading down to cPanel Con.
On Wed, 2009-09-30 at 15:09 -0400, Paul W. Frields wrote:
On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 01:20:02PM -0500, timg(a)codero.com wrote:
> Generally from my experience the primary things that effect VoIP would
> be Packet loss, and Latency. There are tons of other things such as RF
> noise etc.. however those shouldnt* be an issue.
> Packet loss is going to be pretty obvious across the "wire" due to the
> way it is normally handled (fill in dropped packet with previous packets
> With that said depending on the wireless (signal strength / noise) there
> could be potential issues (packet loss, distortion, static, delay in
> sound), however if there are this can be easily mitigated by the use of
> the hard line. Just my 2 cents. - Tim
This is good information to know, thanks Tim. Fortunately most of
what we're doing isn't going to be dependent on the quality of the
connection, but rather building additional functionality into the
services themselves. Your well-stated concerns above will continue to
apply across the board when using Fedora Talk or other VoIP systems.