GNU Telephony

We are GNU Telephony

Bordeaux is a voice application server for modern IP telephony networks using modern C++ practices along with advances originally made in GNU Bayonne.

Updated 2023-09-23 07:45:25 +00:00

A package to collect, test, and vendor inline c++ headers I often duplicated into other packages

Updated 2023-09-19 17:24:24 +00:00

The Babylon project is a re-creation of many of my original PBX network integration tools from the early 1990's, in go.

Updated 2023-09-11 09:21:17 +00:00

Coventry is a IP telephony server being developed for connecting SIP users and devices with local ai voice, messaging, and facility automation services.

Updated 2023-09-11 09:15:08 +00:00

Apollo web services for coventry

Updated 2023-09-11 08:30:25 +00:00

To become a simple to use Qt client for Coventry phone systems.

Updated 2023-07-28 10:30:15 +00:00

Bristol will make legacy telephony networks available to IP telephony services thru the SIP protocol and RTP media sessions

Updated 2022-11-13 22:18:33 +00:00

This is an experimental re-think of my original gnu sipwitch architecture. This package includes both a server and a desktop sip user/messaging agent based on work in GFC antisipate, and may eventually include a mobile client too

Updated 2022-06-11 10:27:12 +00:00

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