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GNU Telephony releases SIP Witch 1.0 and announces Free Call

GNU Telephony releases SIP Witch 1.0 and announces Free Call

Posted Jun 16, 2011 5:08 UTC (Thu) by pabs (subscriber, #43278)
Parent article: GNU Telephony releases SIP Witch 1.0 and announces Free Call

The thing with Skype is that it has decentralised routing but *very* centralised naming. I wonder how they plan to do naming with GNU Free Call, I guess it will be federated email/xmmp style user@domain, but something more distributed would be interesting. The work done by the Serval BatPhone project in this area is interesting. I hope both projects learn from each other.


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GNU Telephony releases SIP Witch 1.0 and announces Free Call

Posted Jun 23, 2011 12:46 UTC (Thu) by sayer (guest, #51875) [Link]

bitcoin actually proves that decentralized and reliable identity is possible (by chaining proof-of-work). it would be most interesting to apply concepts from there to identity in true p2p real-time communication networks (SIP based or not).


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