Free and open WebRTC for the Fedora Community
Some key points about the Fedora service:
- The web code is all available in a Github repository so people can extend it.
- Anybody who can authenticate against the FedOAuth OpenID is able to get a fedrtc.org test account immediately.
- The server is built entirely with packages from CentOS 7 + EPEL 7, except for the SIP proxy itself. The SIP proxy is reSIProcate, which is available as a Fedora package and builds easily on RHEL / CentOS.
Testing it with WebRTC
Testing it with other SIP softphones
The process to replicate the server for another domain is entirely described in the Real-Time Communications Quick Start Guide.
The FreeRTC mailing list is a great place to discuss any issues involving this site or free RTC in general.