[Freeswitch-users] Comparison matirx

UV uv at talknet.com.au
Sun Aug 3 01:33:16 PDT 2008

Excellent and important initiative, IMHO.

I believe FreeSWITCH have sufficient objective advantages compared to not
only open-source solutions, but commercial ones as well. I think that it can
stand out even in a non-biased matrix.

Take a look at these comparisons as a reference:

But it all depends on the purpose of the matrix in the first place. Just a

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Grey Man wrote:

> One suggestion I'd have for another row is "Security Fix Rate". For
> example while the Asterisk community's approach to handling security
> releases is commendable the rate at which they happen is a real pain
> when you have to potentially upgrade a production system for each one.
> Although the pain comes from having to worry about whether the version
> of Asterisk that you need to upgrade to will be one of the stable or
> dud versions!
I would certainly agree the security is important. Responsiveness to 
security flaws is one thing.

I think another point of valuation would be average bugs per year or 
month, weighted accordingly (pre-auth remote command execution should 
have a greater weight than an xss in the built-in web server).

Though, that might turn into a whole other book. ;]

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