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Has anyone here been interested in building an Open source desk phone ? With the recent introduction of the official 7" touch screen for the raspberry pi I've been thinking that this could make a great user interface for an open source desk IP phone. 
My particular motivation for wanting such a phone is that I'd like something that can use a very wide range of usb soundcard and bluetooth devices for audio and I want a desk phone with built in ZRTP.
If you know of such a phone that's already out there please let me know.
Any comments or ideas?
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G'Day all

It's been a while

I though I would share this: AUD $100.83 ($70 USD) to renew my 21c.tc domain name for 12 months

Almost as expensive as personalised plates for the car

Should have taken a few years when we were at parity :-/

Peace

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Acision and Comverse are now Xura - a new brand for the new combined company.

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More than a fond memory, this phone has connected me to Europe every year since we've been coming to the USA. It's a pleasure to configure and it reboots in less than 15 seconds after a change. What a shame we can't use SIP with Google Voice.

#voip

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Sometimes corporate acquisitions of open source projects can bring more freedom as opposed to take it away! 

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here's one more source of free US DID numbers. You need to deposit at least $5, and you get an automatically assigned number to you. You can change it or request additional ones via support ticket. They claim that the number does not expire if it's not called for too long (at callcentric.com, the number has to receive at least one call in 3 months)

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The VoIP Lab
+Nicky Nikolaev (+Zoiper, among other pursuits) has created a VoIP group on LinkedIn that may be of interest to you.


#voip  

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Forward Error Correction (FEC) for WebRTC
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