The next edition of Kamailio World Conference is planned to take place
at the same location like the past editions, respectively hosted by
Fraunhofer Fokus and Forum in the city center of Berlin, Germany, during
April 27-29, 2020.
The website of the event and the call for presentations will be launched
in the near future, stay tuned!
Meanwhile, you can browse the website of the previous edition in order
to get an idea about the type of event and its content:
We look forward to seeing you in Berlin!
Kamailio SIP Server project is organizing another meeting of its
developers during November 14-15, 2019, hosted again by sipgate.de in
The event is intended to facilitate the interaction between Kamailio
developers and to offer a convenient environment for working together on
several topics of high interest for the project, including writing code
for Kamailio and its tools, improving documentation, or discuss about
Everyone from the community is welcome to join. Please note we have a
limited capacity of 20 seats in the meeting room. Also, very important
to be aware that this is not an event to learn how to use Kamailio.
More details about the event, the venue, how to register, are available at:
Looking forward to those two intensive hacking Kamailio days in Dusseldorf!
Kamailio SIP Server v5.1.9 stable release is out.
This is a maintenance release of the previous stable branch, 5.1, that
includes fixes since the release of v5.1.8. There is no change to
database schema or configuration language structure that you have to do
on previous installations of v5.1.x. Deployments running previous v5.1.x
versions are strongly recommended to be upgraded to v5.1.9 or to v5.2.x
For more details about version 5.1.9 (including links and guidelines to
download the tarball or from GIT repository), visit:
RPM, Debian/Ubuntu packages will be available soon as well.
Note: the branch 5.1 is the previous stable branch. The latest stable
branch is 5.2, at this time with v5.2.4 being released out of it.
Many thanks to all contributing and using Kamailio!