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Where is the software?

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The software source code is hosted on github at https://github.com/theintencity/rtclite. The initial version of the code is migrated after cleanup and refactoring from my other Python-based projects namely p2p-sip, rtmplite, and restlite, all under github.

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 June 2016 16:04
 

Where is the old content?

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The old content of this website was specific to one project namely, the peer-to-peer internet telephony using the Session Initiation Protocol (P2P-SIP) and has been moved to its project page at https://github.com/theintencity/p2p-sip. At the same time, this website that you are viewing has been renovated to expand the scope to a much larger set of real-time systems and protocols including SIP, SDP, RTP, XMPP, WebSocket, WebRTC, RTMP, and so on.

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 June 2016 16:04
 

Why Python?

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Python encourages developers' efficiency because of very compact, concise (and beautiful!) software that one can write. Based on my experience the number of lines-of-code is 5 to 30 times less than the corresponding code in Java or C/C++.

Last Updated on Friday, 01 August 2014 16:26 Read more...
 

What's 39 in the name?

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Pier 39 is a major tourist attraction in the San Francisco city. We love the city and 39 peers sounded like the obvious name for a peer-to-peer implementation effort :) Secondly, the number 39 looks like the word "om" of Sanskrit, which has a deeper meaning in Vedic literature.

Last Updated on Friday, 01 August 2014 15:46 Read more...
 


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