Qutecom Portable – a sip phone for your USB Flash Drive April 18, 2010Posted by GuySoft in Crictor, Hamakor, ITU, open source, programming.
Tags: open source, portable, programming, software, VOIP, windows
I came across the need for a portable VOIP phone for windows, apparently there is no package out there for this.
So I repackaged QuteCom, a cross-platform softphone. Just adding a simple parameter did the job!
You can download the package here.
Extract it and simply run the “runme.bat” file in the folder.
The package is kindly hosted for me on Hamakor FOSS Society. There is also a wiki page with additional information about Qutecom portable there.
Cheaper Than SkypeOut!
Thanks to this package I can now call anywhere on my VOIP accounts. Where usually only skype was available, meaning I have a cheaper-than-skype providers 🙂 (Curently using voipvoip.com and callcentric). I really think standard VOIP should be more out there among the people giving a healthy competition.
Would love to hear feedback!
Tags: cinelerra, editing, encoding, hebrew, howto, release, software, video
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This weekend I am once again editing the video of the lectures we took at August Penguin, the Israeli open source community yearly meeting. This year it was kinda hard because there were two lectures being given simultaneous, so there are about 8 hours of video to edit.
Like last time, I am editing the videos with Cinelerra, the open source video editor. Last year I also wrote a post in Hebrew while editing the video, and I was hoping to keep the tradition. Also, this year, I have a little code surprise :-).