The Kamailio SIP Server project organizes another edition of developers’ meeting during November 14-15, 2019.
The event is hosted by sipgate.de at their premises in Düsseldorf – the address:
Gladbacher Str. 74
Purpose of the event
The purpose of the event is to support the interaction between developers and to offer a great environment to work together on relevant topics related to the Kamailio project. It is intended for participants that want to write code for Kamailio and its tools or improve the documentation. There will be no formal presentations, only open discussions, coding or documentation writing sessions.
At this moment, the following active Kamailio developers and community members plan to join the event:
- Alexandr Dubovikov
- Charles Chance
- Daniel Constantin Mierla
- Federico Cabiddu
- Henning Westerholt
- Markus Monka
- Mikko Lehto
- Olle E. Johansson
- Sebastian Damm
- Victor Seva
We have a capacity of 20 people for this meeting and welcome other developers or community members to join us. Please join only if you want to work on Kamailio code or documentation during this two days. It is not an event for learning how to use Kamailio.
sipgate.de is also sponsoring the event food and drinks during the days at the venue. The costs of the trip (traveling, accommodation, health insurance, visa costs, etc.) must be covered by each participant.
How to participate
If you want to participate then please send an email to <email@example.com>, providing the following details:
- subject: Kamailio Developers Event
- full name and country of origin
- if not having already a git commit access to Kamailio Github repository, then add a short description of what you want to work on
Important note: if you need to get a visa to come to Germany, there is no invitation letter available, you have to take care of the entire process by yourself, without any document issued by Kamailio project or the host of the event.
The notification if your application is accepted or not is going to be sent to you latest on September 30, 2019. After this date, a matter of available seats, requests to participants will be accepted in the order of retrieval.
Based on feedback of the participants, we will try to plan and publish a more detailed agenda for the two days.
Topics To Be Approached
A selection of topics intended to be addressed:
- improvements to documentation
- unify modules docs with KEMI exports
- exporting missing functions to KEMI framework
- control tools: kamctl vs kamcli
- testing framework
The previous edition of the event was organized in 2018 – its page is available here. During it, more than 10 participants succeeded to unify the module interface, adding several other improvements — the two days resulted in over 250 commits to git repository.