reSIProcate v1.9 with WebRTC now available for Fedora 20 users

reSIProcate v1.9 has now moved from testing to stable and is available for Fedora 20 users.

Version 1.9.7 has also propagated to Debian testing and wheezy-backports, delivering improved stability as discussed in my previous blog.

Ready to try WebRTC?

The quickest way to set up your own WebRTC trial is to install the repro (reSIProcate SIP proxy) packages for your preferred Linux distribution and then copy JSCommunicator into a directory on your web server.

My earlier blog get WebRTC going faster gives specific examples of entries needed in repro.config..

WebRTC Calling from Android

I've continued to have success making and receiving calls with both the Firefox and Chrome apps on Android. This is a great way to reach out to friends and family using free software for communication.

More details and some screenshots are available in my earlier blog on Android WebRTC.


Nice job! However, Chrome is not free software, thus using WebRTC in Chrome doesn't count as using free software for communication.