[Owasp-board] [Global_tools_and_project_committee] REQUEST FOR COMMENTS/OWASP Global Projects and Tools Committee's Conference call invitation.
dinis.cruz at owasp.org
Fri Dec 19 11:41:54 UTC 2008
I think we should try this. We can for example use the Tools committee as a
test case. The good part of it is that we can always have Skype/Gtalk as a
backup plan ;)
Larry, it is OK if you think it is too complicated at this stage to find a
server at the current 'OWASP hosting center' :).
I'll find somewhere else to place this box.
Given Pavol's motivation on this, I think we should give it a go and see
2008/12/19 Pavol Luptak <pavol.luptak at nethemba.com>
> On Thu, Dec 18, 2008 at 02:42:13PM -0500, Jason Li wrote:
> > One other note on this topic in general - the Global Projects
> > used a Skype conference call to communicate earlier this week and not
> > the members were able to maintain a good connection.
> When you use SIP/IAX2, you can reach good quality of calls even on very
> Internet lines - it's only question of used speech codec.
> G729 is high-quality codec, supported by the most VOIP phones and has only
> 8kbps. If 8kbps is too high, you can still use G723.1 with 5.3kbps.
> For more codecs see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Speech_codecs
> (I suppose nobody here has slower Internet connectivity than 32 kbps :-)
> And there are another advantages of open VOIP over Skype :
> - you don't need any special (soft-phone/hard-phone) Skype client, just
> use your Smartphone (Windows Mobile, Symbian, Maemo, ...) almost all these
> mobiles natively support VOIP (SIP/G729), so you can make calls directly
> from your smartphone (I successfully use my Nokia E65 and E61i)
> - if you want to make calls to international numbers, you are not dependent
> Skype rates (that are really expensive), but you can choose between many
> VOIP providers (all of them support SIP) and call cheaply to the other side
> the planet
> [Pavol Luptak, Nethemba s.r.o.] [http://www.nethemba.com] [tel:
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