GNU telecommunications project.
The GnuComm project, currently in its preliminary stages, aims to provide the standards-based software necessary to enable the switching and transception of multimedia streams for use in telecommunications applications such as voicemail and video conferencing. The goal is not just to replace proprietary telecommunications servers and clients, but to provide better solutions to common telecommunications problems. The first goal, with version 0.1, is to establish a functional communications system. A voice respose system has already been completed; the next projects are a fax server, VOIP client, SMS server, small business scripts, and packging and documentation. Version 1.0, a functional spec for a new architecture, was completed in June 2000.
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This is a high priority project
released on 17 March 2018
Accepts cryptocurrency donations.
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18 June 2018
Leaders and contributors
|Richard Sander Bodo||Maintainer|
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