OSCON 2008: Mashing Up Voice and the Web Using Open Source and XML

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A presentation by Dan York at O\'Reilly\'s Open Source Convention (OSCON) 2008 in Portland, OR. In this presentation, the demonstrations show integrating voice with the open source microblogging …

A presentation by Dan York at O\'Reilly\'s Open Source Convention (OSCON) 2008 in Portland, OR. In this presentation, the demonstrations show integrating voice with the open source microblogging service identi.ca.

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  • 1. July 23, 2008 OSCON 2008 Mashing up Voice and the Web Through Open Source and XML Dan York Dir. of Emerging Comm Tech dyork@voxeo.com
  • 2. Why Voice?
  • 3. The Problem
  • 4. Telephony Sucks
  • 5. Complex Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/28481088@N00/
  • 6. Arcane
  • 7. Proprietary
  • 8. Simple
  • 9. Ubiquitous
  • 10. Open
  • 11. The Solution?
  • 12. Phone Developers Web Developers Web Developers
  • 13. They Understand XML
  • 14. Let's build an API...