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Mon Oct 31 05:26:57 MSK 2011
I am sure everyone really appreciates what you have done to contribute such
an excellent program to VoIP community. People like Linux Torvalds, and
including you, are what I considered a hero with a big heart to support
open-source community. Without them, the world will be different today. It
would probably be an M$ dominated world.
I guess what I tried to say here is it really is very disturbing to see your
comments below. The least you could have done to show our community was a
positive acceptance to embrace someone's effort to legitimately port FS to
other platforms in other programming languages. If Chad wanted to hi-jack
FS, I don't suppose he would even dare to represent himself here. BTw, can
you imagine if Linus Torvalds behaves like this?
I hope you don't take my comments in a negative direction. However, like
anyone who reads your comments below, I won't be surprised if you decide to
head in a negative direction to flame my comments. Regardless, I sincerely
wish you the best to come, especially with the contribution from Chad.
Anthony Minessale wrote:
> One thing that is disturbing is that after all the time and effort I put
> into making FreeSWITCH cross platform, the very idea of such an initiative
> wipes all that out in favor of one platform. So even if you are willing
> share it, and it's not B.S. its bothersome to me that:
> 1) I spent 6 years making it work everywhere and you aim to put all your
> extended efforts into steering it to a separate version
> 2) Making it use less open source libs is not really a good thing since
> an open source project.
> 3) You did not propose anything to us first, that's a bit disrespectful.
> I think about everybody who uses FreeSWITCH when I make decisions, and
> just feels selfish to me, (probably not for windows users) but hey....
> On the other hand, Henry has a great point, that looks like a pretty big
> list of changes to do in a few weeks considering you were only asking
> trivial newbie questions as recently as sept 18th and your website is the
> generic IIS document root. I would be pretty concerned about vishing if
> were a reader of this post.
> I guess seeing is believing and if you are legit our windows-friendly
> developers will let me know.
> On Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 1:55 PM, Chad Vogel <cvogel@> wrote:
>> I wanted to reach out and get some feedback from everyone because my
>> company started a project using FS as base several weeks ago, our goal
>> to optimize and integrate FS more directly into Windows environments.
>> is my question, we would like to share our changes and where should we
>> our project? Because we understand our build breaks compatibility with
>> UNIX environments and fails to meet the objectives cross platform
>> compatibility, however it could contribute greatly and be beneficial to
>> other windows users.
>> Here are some of the changes we have made:
>> - We converted FS core to C++ and having it compiling to .NET 4.0 CLI
>> - FS now runs inside its own namespace
>> - We replace FS_CLI with a PowerShell shell app
>> - Supports SQL Server support via the Native SQL Server Client API
>> - Support for windows clustering (up to 32 node active/active cluster)
>> - Ties more directly into the Win32 API and has less reliance on open
>> source Libs
>> - Replaces OpenSSL sockets with Windows encrypted sockets
>> - Added windows performance monitoring
>> - No longer need to use mod_managed for managed modules
>> - Memory management relies on .Net garbage collection
>> - Added support for Microsoft Speech
>> - VoiceXML 3.0 and SCXML support
>> - No longer supports JS, LUA, PHP development - Modules can be only
>> developed in .NET, C or C++( we feel support for other languages can
>> added back in but falls outside the scope of our objectives at this
>> support for SCXML should make limit the need for other scripting
>> - Fixed RTP clock timing issues in virtualized environments
>> - New configuration file format using .Net App Configuration files
>> (kind of looks like an IIS config file)
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