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On 13/11/15 18:56, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
On Fri, 13 Nov 2015 09:09:49 +0100 Daniel Pocock
> I'm starting this as a separate thread to offer an alternative
> solution for hosting SIP and XMPP.
> Basically, I would be happy to continue running the services on
> my own infrastructure with the fedoraproject.org
> running Xen Cloud Platform in a data center with plenty of
> bandwidth (both IPv4 and IPv6).
> There are two things that the Fedora infrastructure team would
> still need to assist with though:
> a) creating the DNS SRV and NAPTR records under fedoraproject.org
> to direct all SIP and XMPP activity to the servers
> b) providing TLS certificates for fedoraproject.org
> sip-ws.fedoraproject.org turn.fedoraproject.org
to be installed
> on the servers. Wildcard certificates are not valid for SIP.
> Running the services with the fedoraproject.org
> engage more people and allow me to launch an XMPP service, which
> isn't running at all on fedrtc.org
due to the potential
> inconvenience if people had to move buddy lists to
I don't like this plan at all I'm afraid. ;)
I would be much more likely to want to stand up an instance and see
how much use it gets and if it doesn't get enough, retire it.
I suspected this would be the response, especially considering the
requirement for certificates/key pairs.
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