Release Notes: This release adds much better support for multi-lingual voice and language rules localization, both by country and language family. The English language rules default to International Standard rather than American. Voice language support now includes English, German, Italian, Spanish, and French. This release supports persistent elements in the scripting language to preserve runtime configuration data such as mailbox settings without using a separate database.
Release Notes: A phrasebook language system has been introduced for Bayonne 2. Initial support for Italian, French, and English has been completed. Call detail logging has been added. Initial OS/X packaging has been introduced.
Release Notes: Windows support.
Release Notes: SIP support now works, as does rfc2833 dtmf provisioning. SIP (and Bayonne testing) works under Mac OS X in addition to Win32 and GNU/Linux.
Release Notes: This release supports h323 and sip drivers, adds extensions to the core scripting languages, adds new interfaces for management, and is available for GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, MacOS X, Solaris, and (natively) w32.
Release Notes: Many important changes have been introduced into GNU Bayonne recently, including direct support for embedding SQL statements in telephony scripting. Support for many computer telephony drivers has been greatly improved since the 1.0 stable releases. Most noteworthy of these is that 1.2.0 provides functional support for generic CAPI 2.0-based telephony hardware (both basic rate and primary rate cards) under GNU/Linux, where in past releases CAPI support had been marginal at best.
Release Notes: Support for ISDN BRI CAPI devices that follow the CAPI 2.0 specification, which allows Bayonne to be used with commonly-available BRI telephony boards under GNU/Linux.
Release Notes: XML support has been tested and validated. The BayonneXML dialect plugin was created. This version offers support for integrating telephony with Web-hosted back-end services through XML, and provides a solution both for creating telephony hosting portals and for enterprise telephony applications under GNU/Linux.
Release Notes: This release introduces both support for streaming audio thru a URL resource, and the functionality required for implementing XML script parsing from a Web server in a plugin for building voice portals. This release also includes a new manual, and extensive support for script driven digit manipulation.
Release Notes: The first complete version of peer services protocols for bayonne telephony server farming and cluster failover have been integrated and may be derived into plugins. Completion of peer node buddies and peer elections to avoid failover stampedes, a new sunrpc service for accessing Bayonne services through remote applications, an update Bayonne_wrapper for invoking Bayonne services through CGI from a Web server, and captive TGI execution for host based TTS and ASR services (soon to be integrated into scripting).