[Freeswitch-users] Comparison matirx
miconda at gmail.com
Sun Aug 3 12:35:57 PDT 2008
On 08/03/08 16:00, Steve Underwood wrote:
> Grey Man wrote:
>> On Sun, Aug 3, 2008 at 1:20 AM, Simon Shaw <sshaw at interwise.com> wrote:
>>> I have built a comparison matrix that will enable me to compare the leading
>>> Open Source soft switches.
>>> In the attached spread sheet there is a first suggestion of what I think
>>> should be compared and relevant weightings and I would be glad to hear your
>>> Freeswitch-users mailing list
>>> Freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org
>> Hi Simon,
>> Looks like a good idea to me even though you're going to need to be an
>> expert in each product to be able to fill it in and the experts in
>> this case tend to be a bit biased :).
>> 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 think measures of non-security bug fix responsiveness are fine.
> Everyone ships with bugs, even if some ship with far more than others.
> Responsive in dealing with those bugs is probably as important as their
This looks more like ranking the developer rather than the project.
Based on application architecture, could be hard to classify
critical/non-critical bugs. All projects tend to have now a small,
stable core part and move the features in the modules, to protect from
changes which are not under strict control. Over some time, when a
project becomes significant big, the rate of the bugs could increase as
contributions grow. However, if they don't affect the core and base
modules,the relevance is interpretable.
> Security related bug responsiveness is quite another issue. Do you
> realise the guy that wrote qmail has been soooo unresponsive that he has
> never posted a security fix since the original 1.0 release was shipped?
> It has been one of qmail's strongest attractions. :-)
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