[Libreoffice-qa] [LibreOffice-QA] Minutes - March 22nd, 2013
eagles051387 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 28 08:54:23 PDT 2013
I'll admit I haven't setup asterisk but it's something I am very interested
It seems like it's more a framework to develop custom VoIP solutions with
asterisk as the back end. But they do have a nice ready to go is image with
linux os and everything including the asterisk web interface.
From: Robinson Tryon [mailto:bishop.robinson at gmail.com]
Sent: 28 March 2013 16:51
To: Joel Madero
Cc: Jonathan Aquilina; Bjoern Michaelsen; Petr Mladek; Christian Lohmaier;
Florian Reisinger; libreoffice-dev; Libreoffice-qa; Joren
Subject: Re: [Libreoffice-qa] [LibreOffice-QA] Minutes - March 22nd, 2013
On Thu, Mar 28, 2013 at 11:33 AM, Joel Madero <jmadero.dev at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 28, 2013 at 8:27 AM, Jonathan Aquilina
> <eagles051387 at gmail.com>
>> I do have some experience in setting that up. That is something I can
>> help out with if you would like me to.
> We would love to try something if there are options out there. Thanks
> in advance if you attempt this.
Jonathan -- In related news, a few of us ran a quick test of WebRTC
recently, and experienced good results. The really big win in my mind about
WebRTC is that it runs in the browser, so as long as the user has a
relatively-new version of Firefox or Chrome/Chromium, then everything should
just work. This means that someone can join a conference call from their
computer in minutes, instead of much longer process of installing new
software or getting a Skype Name approved by Talkyoo.
Per Joel, some people still would still need phone access. It sounds like
you're familiar with Asterix and telephony software, so perhaps that's
something that could be set up. Here's a note about WebRTC support in
Here's a the server software we used to connect our WebRTC clients:
Here's the library used to write that server:
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