[OpenSIPS-Users] [Fwd: [Serdev] the sip router project]

Klaus Darilion klaus.mailinglists at pernau.at
Thu Nov 6 14:16:42 CET 2008

Bogdan-Andrei Iancu schrieb:
> Jiri,
> This is a typical email of yours - rude and highly political - you keep 
> accusing people and doing political statements without any backbone. I 
> got used for the last 3 years with this - on the openser mailing lists 
> and now here.
> This list is not intended for this - it is to help people in using a 
> piece a software and, as respect for them, please refrain from polluting 
> it with your political agenda.
> If you do not have the nerve for listening other people comments about 
> your actions, then do post them for discussion. Also, if you do not 
> agree with somebody's else opinion, you can come up with arguments and 
> explanations against it.
> Also, if you have unclarities about any of my previous 
> comments/statements, I'm ready to sustain them with arguments, in a fair 
> manner. The same arguments I considered 2 months ago when you came with 
> the same merging proposal for opensips.
> Regards,
> Bogdan
> PS: I know that OpenSIPS is the last one standing as alternative for SER 
> right now, but let's have a fair game.

Actually I count 2 alternatives; and this is not a cowboy duel. Just 
because Kamailio and SER guys are trying to find synergies, this does 
not mean that one absorbs the other. You can compare it with Linux - 
there is RedHat, Debian ... but they are using the same core - the 
kernel. So, we like to find synergies and work together with ser - using 
a common core is the first step. If cooperation on other parts will 
follow depends on the result of the first step.

I want a good SIP proxy and I am not ashamed to combine the best parts 
from everywhere, for example using SER's core and merge Kamailio 
extension, or porting features and bugfixes from OpenSIPs - that's open 


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