Le dimanche 29 mars 2015 à 11:26 +0200, Gerhard Pircher a écrit :
> Am 2015-03-28 um 19:39 schrieb David Ford:
> > This is the problem of community software.
> > So what are the other options?
> > What partnership? What platforms?
> > And, importantly, what would the Ekiga team actually LIKE to do - you
> > are the people who make Ekiga happen.
> > David
> >> On 28 March 2015 at 17:12, Damien Sandras <dsand...@seconix.com
> >> <mailto:dsand...@seconix.com>> wrote:
> >> __
> >> Hi everyone,
> >> Ekiga.net has been running since 2006 when there were no free SIP
> >> providers. Maintaining the platform is much work for our small team.
> >> Some features have been missing for years without anyone having the
> >> time to implement them.
> >> Should we keep the platform or try to find a partnership with
> >> someone to move it to another platform?
> >> Who is using Ekiga.net?
> I'm a longtime Ekiga.net user and I'm using it almost every day on my
> mobile phone or desktop machine since about two years (when my own
> Asterisk server machine broke down).
> >> Through the years there have been nearly 1 million subscribers.
> >> Ah well, if each of them had donated 1 € ;)
> Donations would certainly be an option for me (as long as I don't have
> to be a Paypal customer for this ;) ).
> But I'm also curious to know what the team likes to do, what the other
> options and especially the missing feature are. I have to admit that I
> didn't miss any feature up to now. :-)
The top 3 missing features are:
- Server-side NAT handling
- Be able to delete his account
- Have a better account recovery procedure
Currently, the password is sent in clear text (which is inadmissible)...
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