Re: [GnomeMeeting-devel-list] Advanced support for bluetooth headsets

I think that using btsco (bluetooth-alsa) is a wrong choice. There are
little chance that btsco module will be accepted by the kernel folks
(its task belongs clearly to userspace) and it's configuration is
tricky. Also, a persistent connection to the headset is a bad idea, as
commented by Jose Carlos. I prefer to speak directly with the SCO
device using bluetooth sockets; I've coded it for kphone and it's
pretty easy.

What can be truly interesting is using gnome-bluetooth to discover /
pair the headset.

The quick&hot audio device changing is very useful to switch between
headsets (USB, BT, or whatever) and loudspeakers, but should be
requested explicitly by the user (just imagine an automatic switch
while you are insulting your boss ;-)

Using the BT button to select the initial device is just an idea. A
better idea may be to configure two audio devices: one for the
headsets (BT, USB or whatever) and one for the loudspeaker, and add a
button to the UI to quick switch between them.

2006/4/20, simon <simon mungewell org>:
> On Thu, Apr 20, 2006 at 08:50:48PM +0200, Jose Carlos Garcia Sogo wrote:
> >  Another point I am not sure is if this should be added to pwlib too or
> > is something that also belongs to Ekiga (GNOME) domain. But that depends
> > on how far are your needings to control sound device.
> My thoughts after looking at the example scripts is that this would be a
> seperate application which sits between btsco and ekiga. Using DBus to
> pass information to/from ekiga.
> There is the question about whether it needs to be able change the audio
> device that ekiga uses depending on what picks up the call - or whether
> a BT user would always use the BT like to take/place calls.
> Simon.
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