From GNU Telephony
All software available from or used in GNU Telephony is licensed as free software. Many of our software packages are distributed as part of the GNU Project. Most of the packages we provide and use are licensed using the GNU General Public License and we are in the process of migrating all of our packages to the GNU GPL Version 3 or later.
Downloads available through GNU Telephony include both source tarballs and pre-built RPM packages. The pre-built RPM packages may be installed with YUM or similar tools common on RPM based GNU/Linux distributions. The source packages we provide and use generally are OS independent.
The download section is being reorganized, so it will be awhile before all files become available again.
- Source Tarballs for all platforms
- Debian packaging that we use
- RPM spec files that we use
- Source Tarballs from past releases
All our API documentation is created with doxygen. All newer libraries use the Javadoc autobrief style. For convenience we have various doxygen generated API documentation available online here:
- GNU Bayonne/Common C++ class framework
- GNU Telephony class framework (ucommon based)
- UCommon class framework
- eXosip2 library
- Package home pages for some of our packages
- redirects from other sites and resources to here
- bug tracking...bugzilla - hosting issues? Savannah?
- adding home link to packages and download list
- adding descriptions for other packages
- building news up
These include other projects I am involved in, or that relate to/use GNU Telephony.
GNU Enterprise - Free enterprise software
GNU Gatekeeper - We use for H.323 call server
GNU oSIP - We use for SIP support
GNU Project - Well, this seemed obvious to add :)
Hipatia - Sponsoring Free Knowledge & Culture
Astmasters - Macintosh Asterisk community
FreeSwitch - a new PBX project
hikaye - Hikaye
Open PBX - a free community fork of Asterisk
PBX Freeware - various add-ons for Asterisk and OpenPBX
Soft-switch.org - open source DSP and telephony driver software
Vox Gratia - News portal and home of OPAL
Yate Project - Telephony engine
SIPFoundry - SIP Foundry open-source SIP based PBX
VoIP User - VoIP User - community funded gateway facilities
Antisip - Commercial support for GNU oSIP/eXosip
Telephonyware - I buy some stuff here
Tycho Softworks - Commercial Bayonne/GNU Telephony support
Voiplink.com - Reseller of VoIP equipment, worldwide shipping