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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Kamailio at Astricon

Kamailio project will be present at Astricon with a stand in the exhibition area. Stop by the booth #19 to chat with us or see some demos from various companies using Kamailio – among the people at the booth you can find:
The conference schedule include several talks related to Kamailio, don’t miss them!
Overall, if you are a user of Asterisk and Kamailio, Astricon is an event that you must attend.
We look forward to meeting you in Atlanta!

Monday, September 16, 2013

Freezing Kamailio development for major release 4.1.0

Following the discussions during the last development meeting on IRC, from September 12, the date to freeze the development of new features for Kamailio v4.1.0 has been set for October 07, 2013.

After freeze date, it will follow 4 to 6 weeks of testing and then the official release.

Meanwhile, you can see the draft with the new features in v4.1.0 at:
Until a dedicated GIT branch is created, if you want to play with upcoming v4.1.0, you have to install master branch, guidelines are presented at:

Saturday, September 14, 2013

New Developer: Charles Chance

Kamailio project is glad to announce that a new person got developer GIT write access to repository: Charles Chance.
He is for long time in the community, sending patches in the past to modules such as memcache. His immediate goal is to care of dmq module, having a set of patches to be committed as well as plans to integrate it within more modules.
His git commit id is: cchance
Our warm welcome and looking forward to his future work within the project!

Monday, September 2, 2013

Next Kamailio Development IRC Meeting

We are considering to have a new IRC devel meeting to plan a bit the development for the near future (among them, nail down goals and dates for next major release).
The proposed date is next week on Thursday, September 12, at 14:00UTC, on #kamailiochannel from irc.freenode.net.
A wiki page has been created for it at:
First thing to decide is the date and time, if it is something convenient for many people. If not, propose other dates and we will chose the one when most of the people are available.
Also, feel free to add to agenda, for now there is just a basic list.