Tele

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Tele Doorbelljoin point for Ft aspect of domain space deployed to the communal networks
Concise story of the Ft/Jitsi 'doorbell', a redvant applet ∫ ∂ group messaging ∂ domain space.

OrdinalColorStateControlVisibility
doorbell metaphor: ringer controls and tracks video conference call states
-1White
  OFFLINE  

Disconnected state, no subscriber or subscriber device not authenticated.

RingerCaller
0 Ivory
  ATTENTION  

Ordinary ringer state, like a backlit doorbell, ready to accept or originate call. Blinking indicates ring (slow) or busy (rapid). Single click rings (caller) or answers (subscriber) moving to IN CALL.

RingerBoth
1 Blue
  LOOKUP/PAGE  

Agent has initiated a call, or lookup of a remote subscriber or group. Submits the subscriber lookup text. Lookup is the action when no subscriber is selected and page is the action if one is (ringer calls selection).

Aux 2Both
2 Yellow
  BUFF/WAIT  

Indicates incoming events for the agent. The control is inhibited if it is solidly this color .

Ringer Both
3 Green
  IN CALL  

Call active, blinks when additional callers join the call.

RingerBoth
4Red
  AFK/ASIDE/BUSY  

A subscriber controlled state which blocks ATTENTION requests. Click toggles, blinks while block active.

Aux 1Subscriber
5Black
  DOWN/OFFHOOK/REJECT  

Agents start in this state, may move to it by personal selection or involuntarily due to network events, or a failure to transition to ATTENTION, the next state goal. Double clicking in response to incoming call rejects the call and the subscribers ringer is briefly in this state to acknowledge the drop. Subscriber double clicking when there's no call toggles offhook. Double clicking during a call disconnects it with brief acknowledgement in this color before returning to ATTENTION.

RingerBoth

Obviates login/profile blurb, if device authenticated device, SPA tries to run FSA, which if it connects to DCMS>, subscriber dial/lookup/passphrase multiselect and Aux 2 button show and Ringer is not white.
On a subscribers profile, viewed by others, the subscriber is the callee so no lookup is present.