After each SIPit, Robert J Sparks writes a summary that includes the results of a survey done during SIPit and reports from the multiparty tests. These are all very interesting and show where the SIP developers are in relationship to the IETF work.


The SIPit26 summary shows  an uptake in SIP implementations that support TLS. It also reveals that we’re going to make the automated self-tests that has been created during SIPit available on line. We’ve created self-tests for TLS, Early media and IPv6. Hopefully there will be more tests added to this suite. Thanks to Nils Ohlmeier and Daniel Constatin Mierla for helping me with these!



The next SIPit is not determined yet – SIP forum is still looking for a host, primarily in Australia or New Zeeland. If you want  to know more about what it means to be a host, please don’t hesitate to contact me. SIPit test events are important for the whole business. Read the report and you’ll understand why.