FS weekly 2012 02 01

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Calling Instructions

Wednesday February 1st, 2012 at 1800 UTC (1200 CST / 1300 EST)
sip:888@conference.freeswitch.org or via the good old PSTN at +1-919-386-9900
Australia: +61 7 3188 7519 (Thanks to Jay Binks - NetSIP.com.au)
Or click on this link
Or call Skype the skype user "skypiax5", you'll be automatically connected (max 20 concurrent users).
Codecs: PCMU/PCMA, G.722, CELT, Speex, Skype, among others
Press 0 to mute/unmute your self. Press * to deaf/undeaf.

  • What are the Beeps in the conference? One Beep - someone has joined, two beeps - someone has left.


Please add agenda items as needed. If you have a question you'd like to ask then edit the Items Needing Discussion section below. Be sure to put your name/nick on your question.

News, Notes, & Miscellaneous Fun Stuff

  • Yay! bkw is feeling much better!!!
    • Boo! bkw's hospital bill is still climbing - let's all pitch in and donate to help out
  • Tentative schedule: Feb 29 = MSC and others discussing patterns, regex, break-on/continue, etc.
  • FS Cookbook Update - in production now
  • Ken Rice (IRC: SwK) has an announcement for the group...

Featured Presentation

  • Gang from GWU talking about cybersim.net, "Using Games to Teach Telecom"

Questions For Developers

  • Add your questions here

What does "Failed DTMF sanity check" really mean? Per anthm: This means that FS never received an RFC2833 DTMF 'end' packet.

Whats the difference between the free mod_vmd/avmd and the paid version mod_amd?

Is there a mod_ that has a dial/originate example?

Janitorial Items

  • Add your items here

Items Needing Documentation

  • Add your items here

Stuff started but needs some community input

  • Add your items here

Upcoming Presentations

  • Feb 1 - Robert Daniel from GWU, discussing cybersim.net; "Using Games to Teach Telecom"
  • Feb 8 - Travis Cross,
  • Feb 15 - 2600hz Project
  • Feb 22 - Stefan Wintermeyer, Gemeinschaft 4
  • Feb 29 - Patterns, regexes, and dialplan how-to
  • All dates in March are OPEN

Suggestions For Future Meetings & Future To Dos

  • Math: Sofia internals
  • Eliot Gable: mod_ha_cluster
    • What is mod_ha_cluster?
      • In short: N+X (N Masters + X slaves) HA replacement for "Pacemaker + Corosync managed FS"
    • What is planned for mod_ha_cluster?
      • In short: manage interfaces, IPs, firewall rules, master/slave status; eventually, share registrations and call states without shared DB and do 'sofia recover' on failover
    • When will it be available?
      • In short: Master/slave, interface, IPs, and firewall management within the next couple of months (if I have the amount of time available that I expect to have)
    • For additional details, or if you would like to beta test, be on the call
  • Jeff Lenk: developing for FS in Windows environment

Presenters Needed For These Topics

  • SIP 101 (beginning SIP, how does it work, how to look at different SIP packets)
  • mod_shout/shoutcast, esp with one-way conferences for scalability
  • Codec negotiation - early vs. late, why you need it, how to do it
  • T.38 - what it is, how to use it, etc.
  • Multi-tenancy (bounties welcome)
  • Steve Underwood - SpanDSP, T.38, etc. with FreeSWITCH
  • mod_fifo vs. mod_callcenter - why use one or the other? Strengths and weaknesses of each
  • embedding FS in other applications (libfreeswitch)
  • IPv6 - what it is, how to use, differences with IPv4, how to configure FS

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