EMIPLIB is a library to facilitate the development of programs that need to stream several kinds of media over IP. The library consists of several kinds of components that can be linked together in various ways, thereby providing a flexible framework. It also provides some ready-to-use classes for the transmission of audio and video over IP. Streams originating from the same participant can be synchronized.
GROUP-E is collaboration software which integrates groupware, project management, and business server on one platform. The solution is based on a LAMP architecture (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP). GROUP-E offers project management, transparent Samba (file server) integration, integration of Cyrus IMAP server with administration and personal SIEVE filters, support for SyncML 1.0, LDAP-based user management with single sign-on authentication, and LDAP contact databases. GROUP-E also provides ActiveSync for synchronization.
sware is a Perl script to connect a SNOM 3x0 telephone to the databases of eGroupWare, Open-Xchange, and vtiger to display addressbook and calender entries on your SNOM telephone. It uses LDAP or MySQL authentication. Incoming calls are shown as a lastname or company name in the display if the result is available in the database.
The SIP forwarding daemon (implemented as a stateless SIP proxy) allows you to seamlessly forward SIP requests to other SIP servers. Its main purpose is to enable users to use their own domain name in SIP URIs without the hassle of having to run a full-blown SIP server (by forwarding SIP requests to third-party SIP servers). Configuration information is stored in an SQLite database, and low resource consumption is a main priority for the project.
Asterisk web gate is a development tool for Asterisk that lets you program telecom services as ordinary CGI scripts in a Web programming environment. Technically, it is a proxy component for the Asterisk platform. The main functionality of the proxy is to translate telecommunication calls into HTTP requests to external Web services. Telecommunication services are located separately from the PBX, while the information they receive from Asterisk is presented as an HTTP request.