How to Contribute
Most of sip-router documentation is maintained online in the wiki. You can contribute by writing new pages or improving existing ones. Improving the documentation is an on-going process. You can help us with that. If your favourite topic is not described or is not documented properly then create some new content. If you want to help out but you are unsure about how to improve existing documentation or what needs to be written or documented then you can ask on the development mailing list.
The best ways how to report bugs are:
Provide Help and Support
We maintain several mailing lists for our users and developers. You can find the list of all mailing lists on the mailing list page. If you are experienced in SIP, IP Telephony or running SER, Kamailio, or sip-router software then we would like to ask you to share your experience with others users and help them resolve their issues.
Submit Patches And Improvements
Released versions of software will only get security and bug fixes. However, many people have minor or major modifications to released versions or even new modules. If you submit a patch and people start using it, it is more likely that your patch can be included in the current development version. Patches and modules, as well as suggestions for code improvements should go to bug tracker or email@example.com.
SIP Router project became fully usable as of October 10, 2009. Whether you want to run the Kamailio or SER flavours or SIP Router itself, you just download, compile and install, nothing else special required. Feel free to send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Would be very appreciated if you promote the SIP Router project via any meaning. You can register for presentations at world-wide events, write blogs, tweets or articles about it, talk with friends and customers. The team is ready to help when you need.