This is the main page for our weekly conference calls to help the FreeSWITCH project. Sub-projects like programming tasks and goals, documentation, and janitorial will be discussed.
All public conference calls are hosted on the FreeSWITCH™ 888 conference bridge as listed below. Times listed are absolute times in the U.S. Central Time Zone, whether it is Standard Time or Daylight Saving Time. This means that UTC times will vary at different times of the year. Use the Time Zone Converter site for your area.
Tuesday 12:00 CT (U.S.) — Weekly Bug Hunt and Bug Marshals, examine whether bugs are real, decide the best way to test and troubleshoot them, thus improving FreeSWITCH™
TBD - Weekly Documentation Team conference call; ask the experts questions to improve the doc, coordinate who will copy which pages from the old MediaWiki, etc.
Wednesday 12:00 CT — Weekly ClueCon community conference call, featuring guest speakers and open discussion about FreeSWITCH™
Friday 12:00 CT — Friday Free-For-All conference call following the VoIP Users' Conference
Join via Web:
- https://conference.freeswitch.org/vc (WebRTC Enabled voice and video!)
Call 888 once you are logged in
Join via SIP:
- Codecs supported: PCMU/PCMA, G.722, OPUS, Speex, among many others
Join via PSTN:
|Spain||+34-91-290-12-71||Thanks to SIPtize|
|UK||+44-330-320-0105||Thanks to Ziron|
|UK||+44-330-445-9988||Thanks to SureVoIP|
|Ireland||+353-1-687-9001||Thanks to Ziron|
|Germany||+49-228-9293-9009||Thanks to Yiftach at ChooChee|
|Germany||+49-2373-913-4009||Thanks to einfachVoIP.de|
|Australia||+61-7-3188-7519||Thanks to Jay Binks - NetSIP.com.au|
|Israel||+972-79-579-5131||Thanks to Avi Marcus - BestFone.com|
|Canada||+1-438-800-0531||Thanks to NG Communications|
|France||+33-975-181-606||Thanks to NG Communications|
|Netherlands||+31-858-880-387||Thanks to NG Communications|
|South Africa||+27-87-8204656||Thanks to Othos Telecom|
|Portugal||+351-300505224||Thanks to Finesource|
|New Zealand||+64-4-887-1401||Thanks to Ziron|
Join with Google Talk
Flash (in-browser VoIP RTMP client)
When you join you will initially be muted and need to press 0 if you wish to speak (this reduces background noise on the conference). Please remain muted unless you are actively conversing.
During the weekly ClueCon calls muting might be moderated during speaker presentations. Pressing 0 will put you in a queue to ask a question and you will be unmuted by the moderator when it's your turn to speak.
What are the Beeps in the conference?
- One high-pitched beep = someone has joined
- Two high-low beeps - someone has left