[asterisk-users] does res_pjsip support ZRTP?
RyanT at OscarWinski.com
Tue Oct 6 09:19:12 CDT 2015
From: asterisk-users-bounces at lists.digium.com [mailto:asterisk-users-bounces at lists.digium.com] On Behalf Of Dmitriy Serov
Sent: Tuesday, October 06, 2015 10:06 AM
To: asterisk-users at lists.digium.com
Subject: Re: [asterisk-users] does res_pjsip support ZRTP?
06.10.2015 16:08, Matthew Jordan пишет:
> I know this is shocking to hear, but this is an open source project.
> That means anyone can fix something. Anyone can add something. Even
> you! You have all the power to affect your system.
> It also means that no one is under any obligation to do it for you.
> Surprising, right? I know, it's amazing to think that *YOU* have all
> the responsibility and power.
> We use PJSIP. We use it in a variety of settings. It works well for
> us. Does that mean it works well for you? I don't know. I'm not you. I
> don't have your use cases. Would I like it to work well for you? Of
> course! But if you don't participate by reporting issues, testing
> changes, and contributing code, there's not much I can do for you
> other than to note that the line is long, and feel free to stand in it
> until someone in the community gets around to what you'd like to have
I these words were repeatedly read and remember them well. That's why I haven't written any complaints to the developers.
Where you saw them, what made again to write these words?
I am a developer with more than two dozen years of experience. I have a hobby with a free service in which I don't owe anyone anything. And I understand your words.
Wrote a lot of words, but erased everything. It was my subjective opinion that will not change anything, and therefore it is unnecessary.
Now Why I wrote what I wrote. I feel the need to tell people my opinion on the difference in functionality between chan_sip and res_pjsip. They may be important for decision making. I this information was lacking in the past.
Personally I find PJSIP many times more difficult, but I'm trying to give time to my learning curve. I see it can be much better to have all the stuff in the database for me as a developer also. Just my two cents.
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