What is Tellmes role in evolving the VoiceXML as a standard?
The W3C has accepted VoiceXML 1.0 as a note, and is using it as the basis for defining a Speech Dialog Markup Language. Tellme has been accepted as a member of the W3C’s Voice Browser working group, and has several people actively working in several sub-groups, including the Speech Dialog Markup Language, Grammar and Speech Synthesis sub-groups. Tellme participates in the weekly Voice Browser conference call and may soon take on specification-drafting/editing roles as well. Tellme was recently selected to be one of the six Editors co-authoring the VoiceXML specification in the W3C. Tellme is also an active, supporting member of the VoiceXML Forum and participated in the last VoiceXML Forum meeting held during Spring Internet World in April 2000. Tellme is committed to implementing VoiceXML, while helping to drive its evolution based on implementation and real-world experience. By extending the language to meet the needs of the development community and working with the W3C and VoiceXML