Release Notes: Changes and fixes were made for usability in production environments. The missing sip info method dtmf support was added to the new libeXosip2 driver. Fixes were made for playing multisequence prompts and playing US English dates. Several example scripts are included.
Release Notes: Some driver autodetection support and automatic non-daemon console mode operation when autodetection is enabled and no drivers are found. An audiosync utility has been added.
Release Notes: Migration to a newer libeXosip2 for SIP driver support. Major cleanup of header-generated documentation.
Release Notes: The re-introduction of Troll, and second version IVR scripting language (ivrscript2). Changes between the 0.9 and 1.0 release have been consolidated into the 1.1 branch. Configuration has been simplified for either loading a single telephony driver, or optional driver and network protocol combinations for gateway operations.
Release Notes: Lastdigit timer methods were added for smoother input processing. The dtmf read command was enabled. A fix was made for collecting state data capture.
Release Notes: GNU Bayonne 2 1.0 is composed of a subset of those services and features found in the recently introduced, and very rapidly advancing GNU Bayonne 2 development effort. Features were chosen for introduction in this release candidate that were already stable and effective for production use and supportable under GNU/Linux and other platforms.
Release Notes: This is the last release prior to split between Bayonne2 1.0 stable release candidate and future 1.1 Bayonne2-Arnhem server releases. Changes for dtmf session support through the SIP registry. The addition of a framework for continuous audio processing for 1.1 release targets.
Release Notes: This release adds list command fixes for directory scanning in ccscript and fixes for scanning configuration files under troll services binding.
Release Notes: Basic interconnection and session selection assignment commands were added to troll service bindings to allow initial debugging of VoIP-PSTN audio peering and very basic gateway interconnection to begin.
Release Notes: This release is meant to introduce GNU Troll voip-pstn gateway services binding operating under GNU Bayonne 2. It is also meant to enable others to become familiar with how troll services operate, and to offer proof of concept and to initiate further development of Troll services. Basic incoming call handling should work under troll at this point. Troll services coexist with Bayonne 2 scripting, and either Troll or scripting server mode may be selected at runtime.