Those are indeed valid points.
This is not a final decision, yet the feature delivery may take a bit of time
depending on our current workload.
> Le 22 sept. 2016 à 00:48, Anthony Papillion <anth...@cajuntechie.org> a écrit
> On 9/21/2016 4:35 PM, John Perry wrote:
>> Hello Everyone!
>> I've been doing some checking with other communications programs about
>> their "Do Not Disturb" feature. I see that Skype in it's "Do Not
>> Disturb" mode send callers to VM. I see in Phoner-Lite that the "Do Not
>> Disturb" mode sends callers to VM. I see Google Hangouts and Google
>> Voice both send callers to VM when you don't want to be called and would
>> prefer VM. Why has Linphone broken such a necessary feature?
>> I see it this way:
> Good points. In its current form, DnD expects that people on your
> contact list respect your status (just like a DnD sign on a door expects
> others to respect it). That's fine when others can see your status is in
> DnD and make that choice. But what about situations where you have a DID
> attached to your SIP account? Someone calling that number has no way to
> know you're in DnD and, thus, can't make the decision to respect your
> status or not.
> Overall, the more I think about it, the less I like this decision. Is it
> a final decision by the devs with no recourse?
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