[jitsi-dev] Jitsi Webphone


#1

Hey, this is really good news. Someone was asking about this not long
ago. Here's the thread:
http://java.net/nonav/projects/jitsi/lists/dev/archive/2011-04/message/91

It would be really great if you also contributed your changes as open
source so we can all benefit. I'm more interested in the Jingle side
personally.

James.

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On 11/05/2011, Oren Forer <oren@junctionnetworks.com> wrote:

Hello all -

I'm fairly new to the Jitsi project so I may lack some background into the
issues I'm about to present so please bare with me. My goal is focused
primarily around Jitsi's SIP capabilities in producing a (lightweight) java
applet that will interface with the browser's UI by way of javascript
(LiveConnect). The applet itself will have no UI elements, just a basic API
that will be called from a JS library.

I've managed to make it work fairly well as a proof of concept, and I think
that speaks volumes to the quality of the Jisti product. So I have to thank
all the contributors.


#2

Thank you.

Is the code released under open source. If yes, where can I find it.

If it is commercial, what is the price of this applet.

Thanks.

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On Thu, May 12, 2011 at 12:02 AM, James Haigh <james.r.haigh@gmail.com>wrote:

On 11/05/2011, Oren Forer <oren@junctionnetworks.com> wrote:
> Hello all -
>
> I'm fairly new to the Jitsi project so I may lack some background into
the
> issues I'm about to present so please bare with me. My goal is focused
> primarily around Jitsi's SIP capabilities in producing a (lightweight)
java
> applet that will interface with the browser's UI by way of javascript
> (LiveConnect). The applet itself will have no UI elements, just a basic
API
> that will be called from a JS library.
>
> I've managed to make it work fairly well as a proof of concept, and I
think
> that speaks volumes to the quality of the Jisti product. So I have to
thank
> all the contributors.

Hey, this is really good news. Someone was asking about this not long
ago. Here's the thread:
http://java.net/nonav/projects/jitsi/lists/dev/archive/2011-04/message/91

It would be really great if you also contributed your changes as open
source so we can all benefit. I'm more interested in the Jingle side
personally.

James.


#3

Hi James -

The plan is definitely to make the source code public. What I have right now is just an experimental blobby mess with only a chunk of the details figured out. There are a set of bugs that I'm trying to resolve right now, a few of which I listed in a previous e-mail. There are a number of other issues that I'm tracking down now.

Oren

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On May 11, 2011, at 7:02 PM, James Haigh wrote:

On 11/05/2011, Oren Forer <oren@junctionnetworks.com> wrote:

Hello all -

I'm fairly new to the Jitsi project so I may lack some background into the
issues I'm about to present so please bare with me. My goal is focused
primarily around Jitsi's SIP capabilities in producing a (lightweight) java
applet that will interface with the browser's UI by way of javascript
(LiveConnect). The applet itself will have no UI elements, just a basic API
that will be called from a JS library.

I've managed to make it work fairly well as a proof of concept, and I think
that speaks volumes to the quality of the Jisti product. So I have to thank
all the contributors.

Hey, this is really good news. Someone was asking about this not long
ago. Here's the thread:
http://java.net/nonav/projects/jitsi/lists/dev/archive/2011-04/message/91

It would be really great if you also contributed your changes as open
source so we can all benefit. I'm more interested in the Jingle side
personally.

James.


#4

Thanks for the info.

Waiting for the code [?]

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On Thu, May 12, 2011 at 4:16 PM, Oren Forer <oren@junctionnetworks.com>wrote:

Hi James -

The plan is definitely to make the source code public. What I have right
now is just an experimental blobby mess with only a chunk of the details
figured out. There are a set of bugs that I'm trying to resolve right now,
a few of which I listed in a previous e-mail. There are a number of other
issues that I'm tracking down now.

Oren

On May 11, 2011, at 7:02 PM, James Haigh wrote:

> On 11/05/2011, Oren Forer <oren@junctionnetworks.com> wrote:
>> Hello all -
>>
>> I'm fairly new to the Jitsi project so I may lack some background into
the
>> issues I'm about to present so please bare with me. My goal is focused
>> primarily around Jitsi's SIP capabilities in producing a (lightweight)
java
>> applet that will interface with the browser's UI by way of javascript
>> (LiveConnect). The applet itself will have no UI elements, just a basic
API
>> that will be called from a JS library.
>>
>> I've managed to make it work fairly well as a proof of concept, and I
think
>> that speaks volumes to the quality of the Jisti product. So I have to
thank
>> all the contributors.
>
> Hey, this is really good news. Someone was asking about this not long
> ago. Here's the thread:
>
http://java.net/nonav/projects/jitsi/lists/dev/archive/2011-04/message/91
>
> It would be really great if you also contributed your changes as open
> source so we can all benefit. I'm more interested in the Jingle side
> personally.
>
> James.


#5

Hi Mosbah -

If you think it would be helpful I can offer a list of the problems I encountered thus far and how I resolved those problems. Otherwise, if you have any specific questions I would happily attempt to answer.

Oren

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On May 12, 2011, at 11:20 AM, mosbah abdelkader wrote:

Thanks for the info.

Waiting for the code <330.gif>

On Thu, May 12, 2011 at 4:16 PM, Oren Forer <oren@junctionnetworks.com> wrote:
Hi James -

The plan is definitely to make the source code public. What I have right now is just an experimental blobby mess with only a chunk of the details figured out. There are a set of bugs that I'm trying to resolve right now, a few of which I listed in a previous e-mail. There are a number of other issues that I'm tracking down now.

Oren

On May 11, 2011, at 7:02 PM, James Haigh wrote:

> On 11/05/2011, Oren Forer <oren@junctionnetworks.com> wrote:
>> Hello all -
>>
>> I'm fairly new to the Jitsi project so I may lack some background into the
>> issues I'm about to present so please bare with me. My goal is focused
>> primarily around Jitsi's SIP capabilities in producing a (lightweight) java
>> applet that will interface with the browser's UI by way of javascript
>> (LiveConnect). The applet itself will have no UI elements, just a basic API
>> that will be called from a JS library.
>>
>> I've managed to make it work fairly well as a proof of concept, and I think
>> that speaks volumes to the quality of the Jisti product. So I have to thank
>> all the contributors.
>
> Hey, this is really good news. Someone was asking about this not long
> ago. Here's the thread:
> http://java.net/nonav/projects/jitsi/lists/dev/archive/2011-04/message/91
>
> It would be really great if you also contributed your changes as open
> source so we can all benefit. I'm more interested in the Jingle side
> personally.
>
> James.


#6

Hi Oren,

Thank you for your reply.

This will be very helpful. Please give them.

I will be happy if I can contribute something if you need.

If there is a commercial option of your work please let me know.

My need is a complete webphone that supports all the features included in
Jitsi: SIP only is good for me.

···

--
BR
Abdelkader Mosbah

On Thu, May 12, 2011 at 5:30 PM, Oren Forer <oren@junctionnetworks.com>wrote:

Hi Mosbah -

If you think it would be helpful I can offer a list of the problems I
encountered thus far and how I resolved those problems. Otherwise, if you
have any specific questions I would happily attempt to answer.

Oren

On May 12, 2011, at 11:20 AM, mosbah abdelkader wrote:

Thanks for the info.

Waiting for the code <330.gif>

On Thu, May 12, 2011 at 4:16 PM, Oren Forer <oren@junctionnetworks.com>wrote:

Hi James -

The plan is definitely to make the source code public. What I have right
now is just an experimental blobby mess with only a chunk of the details
figured out. There are a set of bugs that I'm trying to resolve right now,
a few of which I listed in a previous e-mail. There are a number of other
issues that I'm tracking down now.

Oren

On May 11, 2011, at 7:02 PM, James Haigh wrote:

> On 11/05/2011, Oren Forer <oren@junctionnetworks.com> wrote:
>> Hello all -
>>
>> I'm fairly new to the Jitsi project so I may lack some background into
the
>> issues I'm about to present so please bare with me. My goal is focused
>> primarily around Jitsi's SIP capabilities in producing a (lightweight)
java
>> applet that will interface with the browser's UI by way of javascript
>> (LiveConnect). The applet itself will have no UI elements, just a
basic API
>> that will be called from a JS library.
>>
>> I've managed to make it work fairly well as a proof of concept, and I
think
>> that speaks volumes to the quality of the Jisti product. So I have to
thank
>> all the contributors.
>
> Hey, this is really good news. Someone was asking about this not long
> ago. Here's the thread:
>
http://java.net/nonav/projects/jitsi/lists/dev/archive/2011-04/message/91
>
> It would be really great if you also contributed your changes as open
> source so we can all benefit. I'm more interested in the Jingle side
> personally.
>
> James.


#7

На 13.05.11 10:18, mosbah abdelkader написа:

If there is a commercial option of your work please let me know.

It is probably worth clarifying that Jitsi is distributed under the LGPL
so any derivative work that directly reuses code from the project would
also be open source.

Cheers,
Emil


#8

Ok. Thank you for clarifying.

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On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 9:42 AM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

На 13.05.11 10:18, mosbah abdelkader написа:
> If there is a commercial option of your work please let me know.

It is probably worth clarifying that Jitsi is distributed under the LGPL
so any derivative work that directly reuses code from the project would
also be open source.

Cheers,
Emil