On Sunday 24 May 2009 20:43:18 Foeke Holtrop wrote:
> Hello SVXLINK users,
> Last weekend we had some tests with our local DARES group. DARES stands
> for Dutch Amateur Radio Emergency Service. During these tests we used our
> SVXLINK repeater PA3FNT-R. I had made a script to be able to log the
> voices of all users on the repeater. This is usefull to evaluate the
> proces of our DARES exercise.
> I was wondering if it is possible to build this voicelog feature as a
> module in the SVXLINK application. Maybe even without using an extra
> receiver and / or a second soundcard.
I have for a long time thought of implementing some recording feature. Now I
got one more reason to do it so I did it :-)
It's not implemented as a module but rather as a function in the logic core.
That way even audio from modules, like EchoLink, can be recorded.
There are two new configuration variables to set this up, VOICELOGGER_DIR and
VOICELOGGER_CMD. The first set which directory to write the audio files to
and the second one specify which command to use to activate/deactivate the
feature. There is no login requirement to use this feature but if specifying
a complicated enough command, like 85264 it will be hard to figure out
(unless capturing the DTMF of course). To activate, send 852641 and to
deactivate send 852640.
This is all in Subversion trunk now.
73's de SM0SVX / Tobias
> Would it be possible to create a module where the operator(s) of the
> system can login using DTMF (like the voicemail module). After login is
> granted, the operator can switch on / off the voicelog feature.
> I do'nt know if there is a simple way to programm this in TCL.
> Maybe, more people are interested in this feature and someone could build
> 73' Foeke PA3FNT