Commit 8e7302e2 authored by aviau's avatar aviau

README: Ring -> GNU Ring

More replacements will be done in future changesets. Including
Links to mailing lists on Savannah.

Change-Id: Ia7f89eb159858eece065addfe0032326ddad9a39
parent b1d4a5c6
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Introduction
------------
Ring is a Voice-over-IP software phone. We want it to be:
GNU Ring is a Voice-over-IP software phone. We want it to be:
- user friendly (fast, sleek, easy to learn interface)
- professional grade (transfers, holds, optimal audio quality)
- compatible with Asterisk (using SIP account)
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- customizable
As the SIP/audio daemon and the user interface are separate processes,
it is easy to provide different user interfaces. Ring comes with
it is easy to provide different user interfaces. GNU Ring comes with
various graphical user interfaces and even scripts to control the daemon from
the shell.
Ring is currently used by the support team of Savoir-faire Linux Inc.
GNU Ring is currently used by the support team of Savoir-faire Linux Inc.
More information is available on the project homepage:
http://www.ring.cx/
This source tree contains the daemon application only, DRing, that handles
the business logic of Ring. UIs are located in differents repositories. See
the business logic of GNU Ring. UIs are located in differents repositories. See
the Contributing section for more information.
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How to compile with the REST API
--------------------------------
Ring offers two REST API. One written in C++, and the other written in Cython.
GNU Ring offers two REST API. One written in C++, and the other written in Cython.
Up to this date, only the C++ API is available. The Cython API will soon follow.
To compile Ring-daemon with the C++ REST API, follow these two steps :
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By doing this, you will be able to call other accounts known to this server.
Contributing to Ring
Contributing to GNU Ring
------------------------
Of course we love patches. And contributions. And spring rolls.
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- https://gerrit-ring.savoirfairelinux.com/#/admin/projects/
Do not hesitate to join us and post comments, suggestions, questions
and general feedback on the Ring mailing-list:
and general feedback on the GNU Ring mailing-list:
http://lists.savoirfairelinux.net/mailman/listinfo/ring
IRC (on #freenode):
- #ring
-- The Ring Team
-- The GNU Ring Team
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