a bunch of us will be at FOSDEM 2009:
Therefore is the opportunity for first Social Networking Event in 2009.
Everyone interested in Kamailio (OpenSER), SIP Router, SER, SIP and not
only are invited to join -- participation is free, everybody pays for
its expenses. The event is very likely to be a dinner on Saturday
evening, Feb 7, 2009.
So far, from Kamailio (OpenSER) community you can meet there:
- Henning Westerholt - http://www.kamailio.org/mos/view/Management/
- Elena-Ramona Modroiu - http://www.kamailio.org/mos/view/Management/
- Daniel-Constantin Mierla - http://www.kamailio.org/mos/view/Management/
- Dan Bogos - http://itsyscom.com/
In order to know properly the size of the place we need, please drop me
an email if you intend to attend. People knowing Brussels are welcome to
suggest a nice place to meet (good beer and food are a must).
Looking forward to meeting you in Brussels.
I wanted to seriously use OpenSER last September, but I dropped it after I read all the disputes. And for some reasons, I don't want to use SER or OpenSIPS. It looks to me that this SIP Router project is more promising especially for long run.
Now to the question. It looks to me there is no useable release of SIP Router up to now. Is that right? If so, when could we have the merged release of Kamailio and SER?
this should be valueable for sip-router.org as well.
I have introduced in siputils module of Kamailio functions to compare
SIP URI and AoR in a more RFC manner, related to:
Now, for URI it does comparison of:
For AoR, it does:
- port (if port is missing, it assumes 5060 -- for URI comparison this
is not used, conform to RFC3261)
The questions are:
- shall the comparison for URI be extended to follow full RFC? could get
complex when taking URI headers in account -- haven't seen many, but the
RFC allow them. Where to stop then the rules for comparing the URI?
- for AoR, I am not sure if port should be considered, but when running
multiple instances on different ports, it may make the difference? What
do you think?
Has SER now dedicated functions to match AoRs and URIs?