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Re: [ecf-dev] SIp Voip implementation

Harshana,

Yes...I think both are good ideas. It's possible, BTW, that there are some SIP impls out there among Eclipse Foundation members that could be used/contributed to ECF. I will do some exploration on that front...along with Roland (and Moritz if he is able).

Thanks,

Scott


Harshana Eranga Martin wrote:
Hi Scott,

Yes. I'm thinking of limiting the scope of the project to a realistic level as the protocol development will require quite some time. I will discuss this with Roland.

Thanks.

Cheers,
Harshana Martin



On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 8:34 PM, Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:

    Hi Harshana,


Harshana Eranga Martin wrote:

        Hi Scott. Hi Roland,

        It seems to be JAIN is under a Commercial license. So it
        leaves me to the only other available option of implementation
        of SIP protocol by myself. So I'm planing to implement this
        under the EPL.


Although I have no problem with this as a proposal (SIP protocol implementation under EPL)...and am enthusiastic...it is a very ambitious idea for a GSOC project...as complete SIP implementations will require a significant amount of work. You may want to restrict the scope somewhat for your GSOC project...just to make it realistic for a ~4 month project.

    My $0.02.  I would also suggest getting Roland's (and helpfully
    Moritz') input on this as well...if possible.
    Scott



        Cheers,
        Harshana Martin


On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 12:37 PM, Harshana Eranga Martin <harshana05@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:harshana05@xxxxxxxxx> <mailto:harshana05@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:harshana05@xxxxxxxxx>>> wrote:

           Hi Scott, Hi Roland,

           Thanks for the quick response. This is really going to be a
        very
           exiting project as Scott pointed out :).

           Currently I'm looking at 2 exiting implementations for SIP
           implementations, JAIN SIP from Sun and Mj SIP. MjSIp is
        under GNU
           GPL. so I'm not going to use it as it is might create
        issues with
           Eclipse Foundation licensing. But what about JAIN SIP? I'm
           comfortable with implementing the SIP protocol by myself.
        If you
           think that my implemetation under Eclipse license would
        best way,
           i can proceed with it. So please let me know about your
        opinion on
           this.

           Roland, Yeah sure. that's a good point.  Let's have a chat
        about
           this more before we get in to a path which end up with nothing.
           Here are My contacts.

           harshana05 - GTalk
           harshana05@xxxxxxxx <mailto:harshana05@xxxxxxxx>
        <mailto:harshana05@xxxxxxxx <mailto:harshana05@xxxxxxxx>> - MSN

           harshana05 - Skype
           harshana.martin - Yahoo

           Cheers,
           Harshana Martin

On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 2:25 AM, Roland Ndaka Fru
<roland@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:roland@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
<mailto:roland@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:roland@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>>>
wrote:


               Hi Scott, Hi Harshana,

               I would like to pick up on the points made by Scott and
               propose we have a
               chat with respect to your plans (especially with regards to
               media transport)
               so we do not set out on a path that might lead to a
        dead end.

               Could we have a chat over the next days? Skype(pedros09),
               MSN(pedros09@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:pedros09@xxxxxxxxxxx>
        <mailto:pedros09@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:pedros09@xxxxxxxxxxx>>),
        phone

               number (+49 176 20070189).

               Regards,
               Roland.

               -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
               Von: Scott Lewis [mailto:slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
        <mailto:slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
               <mailto:slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
        <mailto:slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>>]
               Gesendet: 02 April 2009 21:29
               An: Eclipse Communication Framework (ECF) developer mailing
               list.; Moritz
               Post; roland@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
        <mailto:roland@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> <mailto:roland@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
        <mailto:roland@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>>

               Betreff: Re: [ecf-dev] SIp Voip implementation

               Hi Harshana,

               Thanks for your proposal and interest.  I think this
        would be
               a *very*
               exciting project.  We already have a Skype
        implementation of
               the ECF
               Call API, and would very much like a SIP implementation as
               well (there
               is this bug/enhancement request for this here
               https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=193388).

If possible, I would like to engage ECF committer
Roland Fru
in this
work, as his expertise is in VOIP, SIP, etc. Also, I would
like to a
previous GSOC student Moritz Post, who implemented the ECF
call API
using Jingle/Smack API:
http://wiki.eclipse.org/VoIP_via_the_ECF_Call_API_and_the_Jingle_Protocol


               Both would be great people to have involved
        with/mentoring your
               project.  I've cc'd this email to both Moritz and
               Roland...Moritz and
               Roland please respond on the ecf-dev mailing list about
        your
               interest
               and availability for mentoring Harshana's proposal.
         Ideally,
               I think it
               would be good to have both Roland and Moritz as mentors for
               this project
               so the duties can be shared and the experience of both
        of them
               would be
               useful.

               Thanks to all involved.  I think this can/will be very
        cool.

               Harshana...one question...do you expect to implement
        the SIP
               protocol
               (i.e. in java) yourself, or are you thinking/planning
        on using
               some
               existing implementation?  If you are already looking at
        existing
               implementations...then which ones?  The reason I ask is the
               issues of
               licensing/license compatibility that may/could arise
        with Eclipse
               Foundation.

               Thanks,

               Scott

Harshana Eranga Martin wrote:
> Hi All,
> i'm interested in SIP anHi d Skype protocol
implementations
for Call
> API. waiting for a quick response from ECF team
>
>
> --
> Harshana Eranga Martin
> Department of Computer Science & Engineering,
> University Of Moratuwa,
> Moratuwa,
> Sri Lanka.
>
> Web: http://harshana05.blogspot.com
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