From SIP to WebRTC and vice versa

A bit over a week ago I had the opportunity to present at the Real Time devroom as part of FOSDEM 2016. I gave a presentation titled “From SIP to WebRTC and vice versa”, where I explained how we built a WebRTC gateway to interact with traditional SIP endpoints and extend existing SIP infrastructure. Check it out!

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Real Time Communications at FOSDEM 2016

It’s that time of the year again. It’s almost FOSDEM o’clock, ready fuels!

It has been 2 years without any devrooms representing Real Time Communications (in general) at FOSDEM. On 2013 we had the Jabber and Telephony devrooms, but none of those made it on 2014 or 2015.

That is changing! As you probably know, there will be a Real Time Communications devroom happening at FOSDEM 2016. Yours truly is one of the organizers and I’ super-excited about it.

We had a bunch of excellent talk submissions, and some of the speakers who had also submitted talks to the Main track got them accepted, so RTC will also be represented there!

Interested in VoIP, instant messaging, WebRTC, SIP, XMPP, <insert your favorite RTC related Open Standard here>? There is a chance we have a nice talk for you. Check the schedule, and drop by on Saturday!

IMPORTANT NOTE: We are still looking for volunteers to help out in the devroom. If you want to help out, please reach out to me or any other organizer. Hint: volunteers get reserved seats!

See you on Saturday, in Real Time.

FOSDEM: awesomeness^3

It has been a very long weekend, I’m writing this on the train while traveling back from FOSDEM. I knew the event was big, but I couldn’t imagine it was that big.

Everything was so perfect: the talks, the speakers, the facilities, the connection, … Specially the connection. On conferences usually network sucks because the access points can’t cope with the load or there is not enough bandwidth for everyone… who know. This was not the case at FOSDEM. Every device got a public IPv4 address and also a IPv6 one. We did simple test and downloaded 10GB from a FTP server. It took 2 minutes.

I was lucky and got the opportunity to give a talk in the Open Source Telephony Devroom about SIPSIMPLE SDK the SIP library we develop at work

The talk went through the implementation of different server applications for SylkServer a SIP application server we recently launched. Simple SIP client examples were also shown. The presentation is available for viewing and downloading here:

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The code examples used for the presentation can be downloaded from my GitHub repository.

Once more, kudos to the organization os FOSDEM, it was a really great event, I would definitely recommend it to anyone. Hope to be there again next year!