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  •  07 Mar 2009 21:50
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    Release Notes: SIP presence support was introduced. SIP instant messaging now operates multi-nodal. Other improvements made in sipwitch multi-nodal operations to better support meshed calling networks.

    •  03 Mar 2009 15:00
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      Release Notes: SIP Witch internode calling has been introduced. SIP Witch can now automatically change state from a SIP call server to a SIP redirection server as needed to complete requests to remote URIs or redirect calls to alternate nodes if a given user agent is not present on the current server, with pre-generated authentication credentials. Secure domain calling to insecure domains now also uses internodal calling.

      •  28 Feb 2009 08:02
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        Release Notes: This release includes fixes related to logging, handling of URI domain-based request names, the elimination of from header address validation, fixes for parsing of config files and XML blocks nested in comments, and reload processing. The scripting plugin now handles server state changes.

        •  21 Feb 2009 11:02
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          Release Notes: A critical fix for a locking violation that prevented live configuration reload from working, and fixes for call stats for new and temporary registry instances.

          •  11 Feb 2009 08:00
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            Release Notes: This release represents the first minimally deployable baseline sipwitch server. This release includes multipath calling and basic call forwarding features. Also important with this release is stabilization of core management APIs, including SWIG interfaces for local scripting languages, and XMLRPC CGI for remote access, so that management and administration services can now be built for sipwitch. Support for changing server state is also complete, such as for "day"/"night" modes, holidays, etc. This release offers basic call traffic statistics and call detail record processing.

            •  08 Feb 2009 07:08
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              Release Notes: Basic XML-RPC support has been completed, with a rather Python-friendly interface model built around retrieval of range lists which can then be directly iterated to retrieve instances of users, calls, and stats from a remote GNU SIP Witch server. The SWIG interfaces have similarly been updated to offer range lists, as well as expanded to retrieve user registry information from shared memory. Support for extended call state information is also provided.

              •  05 Feb 2009 05:41
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                Release Notes: A CGI-based XMLRPC API was introduced. Call maps were added for live status of active calls. More data collection and statistical services were added.

                •  02 Feb 2009 00:34
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                  Release Notes: New SWIGs for Perl, C#, and Java and a new CDR processing subsystem have been introduced. More functionality has been exposed to plugins.

                  •  29 Jan 2009 17:34
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                    Release Notes: SWIG-based interfaces have been introduced to enable creation of Web services and administration scripts in Python and PHP that interact with a locally running instance of the GNU SIP Witch daemon. This release also introduced separate periodic call statistics management and service provider registration management for the subscriber plugin module.

                    •  20 Jan 2009 19:14
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                      Release Notes: Introduction of call statistics and a formal SNMP "MIB" for alarm traps and notifications for telephony services. Support for shell and CGI query of server stats, along with periodic collection and rollover of call stats. Enhanced IPC services for extracting server internals to external processes.

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