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)

BFCP-only libraries released

Since both the CONFIANCE client and server WIP files come in the form of source diff files (being them based on existing, opportunely modified, open-source components), we made available a separate tarball package too which only contains the BFCP (Binary Floor Control Protocol) management libraries.

CONFIANCE WIP Update

An update upon the Work in Progress version of our platform is now available in the project download page.
The update fixes many issues that have been found by testing both the server and client sides of the framework.

New Mailing-List opened

A new mailing list for CONFIANCE, confiance-devel, has just been opened: subscribe if you're interested in the CONFIANCE development and news. Feel also free to refer to this list to report any bug and/or strange behaviour you should encounter while testing the framework.

We're strongly working on the framework and on bugfixes: in a few days a new version of the WIP will be available.

CONFIANCE WIP available for download

The Work in Progress version of our platform is available in the project download page, with these new features implemented so far:

CONFIANCE project opened

CONFIANCE (CONFerencing IMS-enabled Architecture for Next-generation Communication Experience) is an actual implementation of a conferencing framework compliant with the IP Multimedia Core Network Subsystem (IMS) specification.