Once again, we are committing to the program from the last years to give free event passes at next Kamailio World (May 14-16, 2018) to several people from academic environment (universities or research institutes – bachelor, master or PhD programs qualify) as well as people from underrepresented groups.
Kamailio has its origin in the academic environment, being started by FhG Fokus Research Institute, Berlin, Germany, evolving over the time into a world wide developed project, with an open and friendly community.
If you think you are eligible and want to participate, email to <registration [at] kamailio.org> . Participation to all the content of the event (workshops, conference and social event) is free, but you will have to take care of expenses for traveling and accommodation. Write a short description about your interest in real time communications and, when it is the case what is the university or the research institute you are affiliate to.
Also, if you are not a student, but you are in touch with some or have access to students forums/mailing lists, it will be very appreciated if you forward these details.
A while ago app_python3 module was added to Kamailio’s GIT master branch (to be released as stable version 5.2.0 in several months), thanks to the development efforts of Anthony Alba.
Although it started from the old app_python, besides being implemented to work with Python3, the new modules added a lot of improvements, leveraging the Python3 architecture for better performances, as well as including the support for Python script reload at runtime via an RPC command (so no need to restart Kamailio — the feature was ported to app_python meanwhile). The readme of the module is available at:
I, as a co-founder of Kamailio, will give a presentation at Fossassia Summit 2018, event taking place in Singapore, during March 22-25. It is the largest conference in Asia gathering a consistent group of speakers from many projects and organisations developing or supporting open source software.
My presentation with the title “Kamailio – The open source framework to build your own VoIP service” is scheduled at 18:00 on Saturday, March 24, 2018. The focus is on highlighting how to build easily VoIP and realtime communication services with Kamailio in server side and other open source applications for client apps.
If you attend the event or just happen to be in the city during the event, get in touch via email (miconda [at] gmail.com) in case you want to chat more about Kamailio and open source RTC.
The event is promoting Asterisk and open source VoIP technologies, with a selected group of local speakers and invited international guest, besides Alex, one can meet there with Matt Fredrikson (project lead of Asterisk), David Duffett (community manager of Asterisk) or Lorenzo Emilitri (QueueMetrics) and interact via remote video participation with Allison Smith (the Asterisk IVR voice) and Dan Jenkins (CommCon UK).
Should you be in the area and working with real time communications, try not to miss this conference. Catch Alex around and get more familiar with Kamailio and the latest project updates!
Kamailio SIP Server v5.1.2stable is out – a minor release including fixes in code and documentation since v5.1.1. The configuration file and database schema compatibility is preserved, which means you don’t have to change anything to update.
Kamailio® v5.1.2 is based on the latest source code of GIT branch 5.1 and it represents the latest stable version. We recommend those running previous 5.1.x or older versions to upgrade. There is no change that has to be done to configuration file or database structure comparing with the previous releases of the v5.1 branch.