The timing was perfect for this SIP Router Masterclass. In the first day, Berlin was celebrating the 20th anniversary of Wall fall, therefore the weekend before was full of public events.
Like every time, we had good distribution of students' origins, with people from Austria, Croatia, South Africa, France, Greece and of course Germany. The training room was delivered to us in German style, everything ready at the first hour Monday morning - computers for each student, network, projector, snacks and beverages - we being left to mount our SIP devices.
The evenings gave the opportunity to talk around German beers and sausages about the challenges SIP and VoIP face now, issues of the real world deployments and upcoming Kamailio 3.0 release.
Soon I should have some photos to upload.
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Monday, November 16, 2009
Thursday, November 5, 2009
Looking at kamailio.org front page, I saw the links to Alison Smith's pronunciation of "Kamailio", which makes it sound nice and clear in English, although there are people saying it is not easy to do it.
Listening is believing:
Stay tunned for Kamailio 3.0.
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Several folks working with Kamailio, SIP Router, SER, OpenIMSCore, SEMS and Asterisk are in Berlin next week, so we are going to have a dinner (or beer) meeting Thursday, 19:00, Nov 12, 2009. If happens that you are around and want to join, please send me (miconda [at] gmail.com) an email to make sure you get a seat. As usual for this kind of event, free participation with everyone paying for himself/herself.
Just to have an idea about how it could be, see some photos from previous similar events:
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
I updated the vim syntax file for Kamailio 3.0 and SR3.0/devel. There is now as well a script to auto-detect the type of .cfg file based on matching compatibility string (i.e., #!XYZ), loadmodule or main route line.
To install, copy the files in your home dir (see the hints inside each file to know which one to place where):
If you don't install the file type detect script, then you can use ":setf ser" once you opened the config file.