Finally, next version of SER, Ottendorf, is out in a pre-release. Let's of stuff has been updated lately and plenty of quality assurance has been done. Now, finally, people will be able to see how good the release is becoming and how much better ser.cfg will be in the future.We are busy on SER - Getting Started configuration files, migration, migration guide to new version and … [Read more...] about SER Ottendorf is out!
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Interesting discussion on serusers the last week or so: Dragos from FOKUS Fraunhofer announced that they will GPL IMS-extensions to SER. Also, several people have independent from that posted questions about SER for CSCF functions.The discussion of course quickly turned to "what's the point about IMS". Of course, the usual suspects in these kind of discussions particpiated. … [Read more...] about SER, IMS, and walled gardens
Just wanted to post something a sent to serusers the other day. It's a comment on Jiri's call for evaluations of how the new 0.10.x management interface of SER (and the new XMLRPC front-end) has worked out. As usual, I didn't manage to stay within topic and branched out in a long discussion on SER and interfaces to external applications....This thread is old, but I have kept it … [Read more...] about External interfaces into/out of SER
There are so many things I would like to do!!! Well, with SER, I mean.I have for a long time had a special interest in creating a high-availability, high scalability reference setup for SER, as well as with the corresponding code. Not for 100k subscribers, but rather for 1k, that is, something cheap, simple, but robust. Some coding is probably necessary, but the challenge is … [Read more...] about Priorities, priorities, priorities…
There has been a bit more than a year since the "core team" of developers of SER split and a group working for Voice-Sistem forked the new OpenSER project. I was one of the most vocal against a fork without trying to reconcile the indifferences in public. I believe one of the problems was that SER was an open source project okey, but many things happened behind the scenes, and … [Read more...] about What now SER?