SIPit 28 was hosted by Digium in Huntsville, Alabama, USA the week of April 11-15, 2010. There were 54 attendees from 19 companies visiting from 10 countries, using 40 distinct implementations in the interoperability tests.

SIPit, organized by the SIP Forum, is one of the foundations that make SIP work across vendors and implementations. Twice each year, developers from all around the world meet and test, discuss, learn and fix issues both in implementations and standards. During SIPit events, many bugs in the RFCs – or just missing explanations – has been found. Under the leadership of Robert Sparks, SIPit has become the primary event for all SIP developers. Edvina proudly organized SIPit #26 in Stockholm in May 2010.

See the report for SIPit 28 at https://www.sipit.net/SIPit28_summary

I really miss attending SIPit. I do hope I can attend SIPit #29 in the fall. If you are developing SIP software – clients, servers, devices – make sure you attend the next SIPit with your team!  We have a lot to test, from SIP outbound to SRTP, MSRP, IPv6 and TLS.