- kamctl – was already migrated to use RPC via jsonrpcs module.
- kamcmd – was developed to use only RPC interface via ctl module.
- kamcli – is also working with RPC via jsonrpcs module
- ctl – binary rpc protocol – with transport layers for FIFO file, unix sockets and IP sockets (both datagram and stream). It is the module used by the kamcmd tool.
- jsonrpcs – jsonrpc protocol – with transport layers for FIFO file, unix and IP sockets (datagram) and HTTP via xhttp module. It is the module used by kamctl and kamcli tools.
- xmlrpc – xmlrpc protocol – with transport layer for HTTP
- src/main.c – the main c file of kamailio application
- src/core/ – contains the source code for the core, including the subfolders for sip parser, memory manager and other core components
- src/lib/ – contains the internal libraries
- src/modules/ – contains the modules
- utils/ – contains the tools used to operate kamailio such as kamctl and kamcmd
- etc/ – configuration files
- doc/ – resources for building documentations and core tutorials
- pkg/ – packaging specs
- misc/ – contains related resources, such as config examples, additional tools and scripts, vim syntax highlighting files, …
- test/ – components related to testing
./src/kamailio -f etc/kamailio.cfg -L src/modules/ -E -e -dddWhile some small adjustments may still be done, we hope that the new structure is going to make the long term management and development of the project smoother.Thank you for flying Kamailio!
# cd kamailio
# git checkout -b 4.4 origin/4.4Relevant notes, binaries and packages will be uploaded at:
with over five thousand people attending each year. FOSDEM 2017
takes place 4-5 February 2017 in Brussels, Belgium. https://fosdem.org
This email contains information about:
- Real-Time communications dev-room and lounge,
- speaking opportunities,
- volunteering in the dev-room and lounge,
- related events around FOSDEM, including the XMPP summit,
- social events (the legendary FOSDEM Beer Night and Saturday night dinners
provide endless networking opportunities),
- the Planet aggregation sites for RTC blogs
Call for participation - Real Time Communications (RTC)
The Real-Time dev-room and Real-Time lounge is about all things involving
real-time communication, including: XMPP, SIP, WebRTC, telephony,
mobile VoIP, codecs, peer-to-peer, privacy and encryption. The dev-room
is a successor to the previous XMPP and telephony dev-rooms.
We are looking for speakers for the dev-room and volunteers and
participants for the tables in the Real-Time lounge.
The dev-room is only on Saturday, 4 February 2017. The lounge will
be present for both days.
To discuss the dev-room and lounge, please join the FSFE-sponsored
Free RTC mailing list: https://lists.fsfe.org/mailman/listinfo/free-rtc
To be kept aware of major developments in Free RTC, without being on the
discussion list, please join the Free-RTC Announce list:
Note: if you used FOSDEM Pentabarf before, please use the same account/username
Real-Time Communications dev-room: deadline 23:59 UTC on 17 November.
Please use the Pentabarf system to submit a talk proposal for the
dev-room. On the "General" tab, please look for the "Track" option and
choose "Real-Time devroom". https://penta.fosdem.org/submission/FOSDEM17/
Other dev-rooms and lightning talks: some speakers may find their topic is
in the scope of more than one dev-room. It is encouraged to apply to more
than one dev-room and also consider proposing a lightning talk, but please
be kind enough to tell us if you do this by filling out the notes in the form.
You can find the full list of dev-rooms at
and apply for a lightning talk at https://fosdem.org/submit
Main track: the deadline for main track presentations is 23:59 UTC
31 October. Leading developers in the Real-Time Communications
field are encouraged to consider submitting a presentation to
the main track at https://fosdem.org/submit
FOSDEM dev-rooms are a welcoming environment for people who have never
given a talk before. Please feel free to contact the dev-room administrators
personally if you would like to ask any questions about it.
The Pentabarf system will ask for many of the essential details. Please
remember to re-use your account from previous years if you have one.
In the "Submission notes", please tell us about:
- the purpose of your talk
- any other talk applications (dev-rooms, lightning talks, main track)
- availability constraints and special needs
You can use HTML and links in your bio, abstract and description.
If you maintain a blog, please consider providing us with the
URL of a feed with posts tagged for your RTC-related work.
We will be looking for relevance to the conference and dev-room themes,
presentations aimed at developers of free and open source software about
Please feel free to suggest a duration between 20 minutes and 55 minutes
but note that the final decision on talk durations will be made by the
dev-room administrators. As the two previous dev-rooms have been
combined into one, we may decide to give shorter slots than in previous
years so that more speakers can participate.
Please note FOSDEM aims to record and live-stream all talks.
The CC-BY license is used.
To make the dev-room and lounge run successfully, we are looking for
- FOSDEM provides video recording equipment and live streaming,
volunteers are needed to assist in this
- organizing one or more restaurant bookings (dependending upon number of
participants) for the evening of Saturday, 4 February
- participation in the Real-Time lounge
- helping attract sponsorship funds for the dev-room to pay for the
Saturday night dinner and any other expenses
- circulating this Call for Participation to other mailing lists
See the mailing list discussion for more details about volunteering:
Related events - XMPP and RTC summits
The XMPP Standards Foundation (XSF) has traditionally held a summit
in the days before FOSDEM. There is discussion about a similar
summit taking place on 2 and 3 February 2017
http://wiki.xmpp.org/web/Summit_21 - please join the mailing
list for details: http://mail.jabber.org/mailman/listinfo/summit
We are also considering a more general RTC or telephony summit,
potentially in collaboration with the XMPP summit.
Please join the Free-RTC mailing list and send an email if you would
be interested in participating, sponsoring or hosting such an event.
Social events and dinners
The traditional FOSDEM beer night occurs on Friday, 3 February.
On Saturday night, there are usually dinners associated with
each of the dev-rooms. Most restaurants in Brussels are not so
large so these dinners have space constraints and reservations are
essential. Please subscribe to the Free-RTC mailing list for
further details about the Saturday night dinner options and how
you can register for a seat: https://lists.fsfe.org/mailman/listinfo/free-rtc
Spread the word and discuss
If you know of any mailing lists where this CfP would be relevant, please
forward this email. If this dev-room excites you, please blog or microblog
about it, especially if you are submitting a talk.
If you regularly blog about RTC topics, please send details about your
blog to the planet site administrators:
All projects http://planet.freertc.org firstname.lastname@example.org
XMPP http://planet.jabber.org email@example.com
SIP http://planet.sip5060.net firstname.lastname@example.org
(Español) http://planet.sip5060.net/es/ email@example.com
Please also link to the Planet sites from your own blog or web site as
this helps everybody in the free real-time communications community.
For any private queries, contact us directly using the address
firstname.lastname@example.org and for any other queries please ask on
the Free-RTC mailing list:
# cd kamailio
# git checkout -b 4.4 origin/4.4
Relevant notes, binaries and packages will be uploaded at:
512dcd9 Andrei Pelinescu-Onciul Mon Sep 3 21:27:11 2001 +0000 Initial revision
888ca09 Andrei Pelinescu-Onciul Tue Sep 4 01:41:39 2001 +0000 parser seems to work
e60a972 Andrei Pelinescu-Onciul Tue Sep 4 20:55:41 2001 +0000 First working releaseThe project was initially named SIP Express Router (aka SER), years later – after a fork, a rename and a merge – it converged into into what is now the Kamailio project. It has been a fabulous journey so far, in a more than ever challenging market of real time communications.Well known for its performances, flexibility and stability, Kamailio has set a relevant footprint in open source and open communications, enabling entities world wide to prototype, launch new services and build scalable businesses, research and innovate in real time communications. More over, the project has succeeded to create an amazing community of users and contributors, the real engine behind its successful evolution.Its time to celebrate the moment, everyone involved deserving it — thank you all!In a few months the project will deliver v5.0.0, its 16th public major release, with a restructuring of the source tree to match current modern approaches and more flexibility in choosing the language for building the desired SIP routing rules. Stay tuned!Thank you for flying Kamailio!