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Re: Automatically placing a call with Jami

From: Sébastien Blin
Subject: Re: Automatically placing a call with Jami
Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2020 16:33:25 -0400
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On GNU/Linux, it's easy. The daemon got a dbus API, python wrappers, etc. All of this is documented here: https://git.jami.net/savoirfairelinux/ring-project/wikis/technical/1.%20The%20different%20APIs

For Android, it's a bit more complex but doable. But this would need to change the android client to be able to communicate with other apps/cli commands and actually it's not possible. We can add a ticket (https://git.jami.net/savoirfairelinux/ring-client-android) if you want

But if somebody want to work on it, there is plenty of way to communicate between android apps (cf for example https://developer.android.com/training/basics/intents) and we can help if you have any question.

Best regards,


On 2020-03-26 5:22 p.m., Daniel Pocock wrote:

On 26/03/2020 15:21, alfy wrote:
Dear mailing list,

I am trying to develop a free solution for old people in my town who are
confined and can't receive visits because of the whole coronacircus
situation. I'm talking about people who cannot use typical
videoconferencing solutions because they are too complicated. It is too
difficult for them to launch an app, search for a contact, select the
right contact, click on yet another button, etc.

Basically what I want to build for them is a "walkie-talkie but video"

I'm also in .ch

We looked at some things like this in FIXME.ch in Lausanne

I've built similar solutions using Debian Live DVD images that
automatically boot into a softphone.  Debian Live images are fairly easy
to build, you can put the image on USB sticks instead of DVDs.



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