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gspeakfreely

Gspeakfreely is a VoIP system with a flexible component system. It implements a set of audio processing components which can be connected to each other or mixed together. The most important components are net in/output, which implement VoIP functionality and the OSS-DSP in/output component. Additionally there is a ISDN in/output component that allows making actual phone connections, and a file input component that can also play Internet radio streams. Also included is a fading plugin, that can for example fade incoming calls into your music. New components can be developed for specific purposes, and combined with existing ones.

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  •  02 Apr 2003 22:02

    Release Notes: Encryption is easier to configure. Key transfers using GPG are supported. A buddy list lets you see to whom you can talk. An sflwld server is asked for that information. There is a module for voice activation. The configuration file syntax is easier. The RTP protocol is partially supported. There is an LD_PRELOAD module to redirect sound output form other applications. The playlist can be edited more easily.

    •  25 Nov 2002 23:38

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

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