[Freedombox-discuss] SIP Witch

Jonas Smedegaard dr at jones.dk
Sun Mar 25 17:39:43 UTC 2012

On 12-03-25 at 01:08pm, me at seandiggity.com wrote:
> A brainstorming question -
> If we're looking for some sort of addressing scheme where
> non-freedomboxen could contact a freedombox to actually view content
> (say, a whistleblower's document served up by Apache), wouldn't a
> SIP URI do?  I still have to set up and play with SIP Witch before I
> understand it:
> https://www.gnu.org/software/sipwitch/
> ...but it seems to me that this part is pretty relevant to us:
> "One important feature will include use of URI routing to support
> direct peer to peer calls between service domains over the public
> internet without needing mediation of an intermediary "service
> provider" so that people can publish and call sip: uri's
> unconstrained."

Beware that above phrase is future tense: SIP Witch gained some 
publicity from it but so far haven't implemented peer-to-peer SIP.

 - Jonas

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