Efone is a distributed internet phone system. It features a voice sending/receiving client (an internet phone) and a central server (administered via the Web) where users' information (name, nick, password, current IP) is stored. It resembles a combination of ICQ and Internet phone.
Release Notes: 3 compression algorithms for usability on 19,200 modems, totally rewritten source code for more readability, a matching redesign of the server, which is now multithreaded and integrated with mysql_keeper, changes to the config file management routines, and more.
Release Notes: This release can be considered a major breakthrough; finally, nearly all the functionality is in place (although it's still console based). The following have been added: full support for the matching server, GSM compression so you can use it even on 56k lines (it uses 40k for full duplex GSM), improved stability, and a redesigned makefile.
Release Notes: This release adds a matching server with a Web interface, config file reading and writing, client options (nick, name, server, etc.) which are now saved on exit, a full suite of commands to deal with the matching server, and pinging of the matching server.
Release Notes: Initial Freshmeat announcement.