[Devel] OpenSER Summit - Preview (I)

Klaus Darilion klaus.mailinglists at pernau.at
Tue Oct 24 14:59:29 CEST 2006

Daniel-Constantin Mierla wrote:
> Hello,
> the agenda is getting close to final version. I just want to preview the 
> content of the event, now with two weeks before the event.
> I believe we manged to bring there in discussion most of the domains 
> VoIP could touch and hot topics nowadays. We cover from development to 
> business cases, from research to IMS, 3/4G. Next is a briefing of 
> agenda, as of today, although it may change a bit in the future.
> The summit day (November 8) will start with introduction of special 
> guests and history of OpenSER. It will be followed by a set of heavy 
> subjects of VoIP: Application Server based on Java SipServlet 

has this something todo with openser?

btw: what about an AGI interface for openser, which allows of passings 
AVPs between openser.cfg and the AGI scripts? (just like AGI in Asterisk)?


> technology, geographic redundancy and VoIP on mobile network. VoIPUser 
> open VoIP services will then show their statistics and evolution over 
> the years, and how they become one of the biggest VoIP communities world 
> wide.
> Noon break will allow to visit the exhibition and group chats for hot 
> discussions. Afternoon session will bring very interesting subjects: 
> safe peering; high availability; OpenSER IMS prototype; developing VoIP 
> applications; a look educational VoIP infrastructures - INRIA & SIP.edu 
> plus a walk through VoIP opportunities.
> We end the day with what should be very entertaining: open discussion 
> about OpenSER future and roadmap. This is not all, there are other 
> special guests that can give you key notes about other topics and 
> products of VoIP.
> As usual, details at:
> http://www.openser.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=57&Itemid=71 
> More will come as the event approaches.
> Cheers,
> Daniel
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Klaus Darilion

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