CONFIANCE stands for CONFerencing IMS-enabled Architecture for Next-generation Communication Experience: it is a prototype implementation of the IETF XCON (Centralized Conferencing) framework and of the BFCP (Binary Floor Control Protocol)

libBFCP and libMSRP projects opened

The work on CONFIANCE is going on.
In the meanwhile, we've opened two new projects on Sourceforge. They host the libraries we implemented, and on which CONFIANCE relies to take advantage of their features, specifically:

BFCP over TLS support and more enhancements

A new update on CONFIANCE is available on the project download page:

Updates, Win32 porting and Java bindings for the BFCP

After some weeks of silence, we can finally provide you with many interesting news.
The SVN branch containing our server-side addons for Asterisk has changed location, which means that from now on you'll have to change the address to access it:

Web Service module for CONFIANCE and IETF 67th Meeting

A new package (confiance_wip_webservice-03.zip) has been made available in the CONFIANCE project: it is a set of web applications which enables you to interact with the CONFIANCE framework through the web, using a WebService-based approach. For more information on the architecture and the implementation details, checkout the documentation in the package, and feel free to contact us if you need more clearance or are interested in the work.

News upon CONFIANCE

After some weeks of silence, we can finally provide you with many interesting news.
First of all, the WIP on Confiance has gone on despite the lack of updates on the site, and is now quite stable. Besides, a separate branch containing our server-side addons for Asterisk has been made available (many thanks to Russell for that), which means you can access it via SVN to always get up-do-date revisions: