A lot of great things happened along the way, there were also some not-very-pleasant moments, but hey, that’s life! Join us to listen or share such moments — if Kamailio made your live easy or bad, if you have a funny story to tell or a photo/video to share, you are welcome on board!
We started the celebration at Kamailio World Conference 2016, now we gather online of a non-technical debate of whether the project succeeded to deliver on its promises.
Several people already confirmed the participation, like Alex Balashov, Daniel-Constantin Mierla and Fred Posner. We expect VUC regulars such as James Body to be around.
Anyone can connect to VUC and listen audio or watch the video session via SIP or YouTube live streaming. For more details see:
Should you want to actively participate in the discussion, contact us via email at registration [at] kamailio.org in order to plan a bit the structure. Last minute joining is also possible, but a matter of capacity for the video conferencing system.
SIPit facilitates testing your SIP implementations, gathering of SIP professionals that develop phones, PBXes, servers or other SIP application to enable peer-to-peer an multiparty tests.
There is a great testbed of various NAT networks for those of you working with NAT traversal issues, including IPv6 in the network as well as an extensive set of tests for TLS. This year, there will also be a focus on STIR – the new secure identity handling in SIP.
Along the past 15 years, Kamailio-SER participated at many of the SIPit events, which is reflected in the robustness of the application. This edition, at least Olle will be again there to ensure the latest version stays rock solid.
Many of the automatic tests on site are built using Kamailio, go there and hammer it!
Karl Anderson of 2600hz, which were contributing lately a lot of code to Kamailio’s presence and database extensions, will talk about their open source Kazoo Cloud PBX platform.
We spotted some of the big supporters of Kamailio World Conference, respectively Simon Woodhead from Simwood eSMS, Matthew Hodgson from Matrix.org, Mira Georgieva from Zoiper, as well as long time Kamailio friends or developers such as Alexandr Dubovikov from Homer Sipcapture, Emil Ivov from Jitsi/Atlassian, Cezary Siwek, Giovanni Maruzelli, Michael Ricordeau and Tristian Foureur from Plivo.