Bayonne project leader to speak at New York's free software organization (LXNY)Feb 03, 2001, 20:13 (0 Talkback[s])
[ Thanks to David Sugar for this link. ]
David Sugar writes:
On the evening of Tuesday, Feb. 6, I will be speaking before LXNY to discuss recent events and future plans for Bayonne, the telephony application server of the GNU project (http://www.bayonne.cx). Recent events to be covered include the recently held Free Telephony Summit (January 22nd), where leaders from many free telephony software projects, including myself, Craig Southern from openh323 (http://www.openh323.org), Zaphir from pre-viking (http://www.bellworldwide.net), Kevin Lenzo from CMU sphinx (http://www.speech.cs.cmu.edu/sphinx), Luan Dang from Vovida Org (www.vovida.org), and several people representing the Voxeo community site (http://community.voxeo.org) recently gathered at the offices of Open Source Telecom to discuss the current status of, interoperation with, and further advancement of free telephony software in general.
In addressing LXNY, I do hope to talk further about Bayonne, where it actually fits in the GNU project as a whole, and particularly the effort to promote GNU Enterprise solutions, and certainly how we will work to further support many of the other free telephony projects currently underway. I plan to cover Bayonne architecture and how usable applications can be deployed, whether for SOHO, enterprise voice applications such as call centers and voice mail, or for deploying Bayonne hosted carrier services for the current and next generation telephone network.
Editor's note: the meeting will be held 6:30-8:45 p.m. at the IBM building, 57th Street and Madison Avenue, Manhattan.