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-======= CHANGELOG =======
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-== 1.0.0 - 2022-1-27 ==
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-* Initial Release.
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-== 1.0.1 - 2022-1-26 ==
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-* Fixed error message on logout.
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-<p align="center"><img src="https://git.doublebastion.com/roundpin/raw/develop/images/login-logo.png" alt="Roundpin" width="380px" height="108px"/></p>
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-**A fully featured browser phone that connects to an Asterisk server and implements audio/video calls, text messaging and video conferencing by using SIP over WebSocket and WebRTC.**
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-Roundpin allows **video, audio and text conversations** with other extensions configured on the same Asterisk server. It can be also used to make and receive **audio phone calls**
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-to/from any phone number in the world, if you connect your Asterisk server to a SIP provider, such as Telnyx or Localphone. If you use a SIP account with an attached real phone number,
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-you can have very cheap phone calls (prices per minute starting from $0.005 in the US and $1/phone number/month). In the installation instructions mentioned below, we describe in detail 
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-how to configure Asterisk and how to connect it to a Telnyx or Localphone account. We have no affiliation with the two providers. Any SIP provider that allows external Asterisk servers 
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-to connect to their servers, should work.
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-Roundpin also implements **video conferencing**. Users can initiate video conferences with other extensions configured in Asterisk but also with external users who don’t have Roundpin
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-accounts. To participate in a conference, an external user only needs a browser and the link to the conference (supposing they use a device with a video camera).
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-Roundpin logs recent phone calls and their duration, it allows pausing/muting and transferring phone calls as well as in-browser call recording for one-to-one audio/video calls.
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-The underlying Asterisk server can be used to implement **advanced PBX features**, such as **Interactive Voice Response (IVR or voice menu), voicemail, queue management, music on hold,
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-number blacklisting, call recording**, etc., as we describe in detail in the documentation mentioned below. All these can be done independently of your SIP provider. You only need an 
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-account and a real phone number from the SIP provider, to be able to interface with the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), all the rest is done on your own server, including the 
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-IVR, the voicemail, the call recording, etc. This allows you to have total control over your communications and more privacy than if you were using the SIP provider’s voicemail, call 
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-recording, etc.
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-This application includes large parts of “Browser Phone”, developed by Conrad de Wet and licensed under GNU AGPL v3.0 and of “Cyber Mega Phone 2k” developed by Digium, Inc. and
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-licensed under the MIT License. We thank them for their amazing work and for licensing their software in a way that promotes user freedom and collaboration. To interact with WebRTC,
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-Roundpin uses two versatile JavaScript libraries: SIP.js (v0.11.6) for regular calls, and JsSIP (v3.7.0) for video conferences. All due copyright notices are listed in the
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-LICENSE.txt file located in the root directory.
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-## Main Features
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-- SIP audio calling
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-- SIP video calling
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-- SIP video conferences
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-- Call transfer
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-- Call statistics
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-- In-browser call recording for one-to-one audio/video calls
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-- Screen sharing during video calls and video conferences
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-- Link-based access to video conferences (for external users)
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-- SIP messaging with double encryption (end-to-end AES + RSA encryption, in addition to TLS)
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-- File transfer during text chat
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-- Roundcube email integration
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-- Responsive, mobile friendly interface
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-Audio conversation
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-![Image of Roundpin Interface](https://git.doublebastion.com/roundpin/raw/develop/images/roundpin_audio_conversation.png)
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-Video conversation
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-![Image of Roundpin Interface](https://git.doublebastion.com/roundpin/raw/develop/images/roundpin_video_conversation.png)
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-Text conversation
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-![Image of Roundpin Interface](https://git.doublebastion.com/roundpin/raw/develop/images/roundpin_text_conversations.png)
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-Incoming call and onscreen notifications
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-![Image of Roundpin Interface](https://git.doublebastion.com/roundpin/raw/develop/images/roundpin_incoming_call_and_notifications.png)
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-Call transfer
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-![Image of Roundpin Interface](https://git.doublebastion.com/roundpin/raw/develop/images/roundpin_call_transfer.png)
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-User menu
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-![Image of Roundpin Interface](https://git.doublebastion.com/roundpin/raw/develop/images/roundpin_logged_in_user_menu.png)
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-Main dialpad
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-![Image of Roundpin Interface](https://git.doublebastion.com/roundpin/raw/develop/images/roundpin_main_dialpad.png)
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-Settings
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-![Image of Roundpin Interface](https://git.doublebastion.com/roundpin/raw/develop/images/roundpin_settings.png)
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-Edit contact
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-![Image of Roundpin Interface](https://git.doublebastion.com/roundpin/raw/develop/images/roundpin_edit_contact.png)
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-Check emails
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-![Image of Roundpin Interface](https://git.doublebastion.com/roundpin/raw/develop/images/roundpin_checking_emails.png)
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-Compose email
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-![Image of Roundpin Interface](https://git.doublebastion.com/roundpin/raw/develop/images/roundpin_composing_email.png)
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-Video conference
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-![Image of Roundpin Interface](https://git.doublebastion.com/roundpin/raw/develop/images/roundpin_video_conference.png)
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-Video conference with buttons
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-![Image of Roundpin Interface](https://git.doublebastion.com/roundpin/raw/develop/images/roundpin_video_conference_with_buttons.png)
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-Call graphs
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-![Image of Roundpin Interface](https://git.doublebastion.com/roundpin/raw/develop/images/roundpin_call_graphs.png)
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-## Browsers
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-Firefox is recommended. It also works with the other major browsers.
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-## Programming Languages
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-Roundpin only uses PHP, SQL, jQuery, pure JavaScript, CSS and HTML. This means it's robust, efficient, light-weight and easy to maintain and debug.
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-## Minimum Requirements
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-- **VPS or dedicated server** with **1 CPU core and 1 GB RAM**. The size on disk is about 24 MB. It can work on machines with much lower specifications, but if you want to host video
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-conferences with many participants, it’s recommended to have at least 1 GB RAM. Some of the best quality VPSs at the lowest prices are offered by Linode (Double Bastion 
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-doesn’t have any affiliation with Linode).
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-- **The LEMP stack**. It may work with Apache but it has been exclusively tested with Nginx. We recommend Nginx and all the installation instructions mentioned below are for Nginx.
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-Recommended operating system: Debian 10 or newer.
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-- **Asterisk** v18.0.0 (with **chan_pjsip** enabled) and **Coturn** v4.5.1.1 or newer.
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-Note: Roundpin is a component of <a rel="noreferrer noopener" href="https://www.doublebastion.com" target="_blank">RED SCARF Suite</a>. You can install and use Roundpin alone, but if
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-you want to install all the applications that make up RED SCARF Suite, you will need a VPS or dedicated server with higher specifications: 1 CPU core, 2 GB RAM
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-## Installation
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-Complete and detailed instructions on how to install and use Roundpin can be found <a rel="noreferrer noopener" href="https://www.doublebastion.com/install-roundpin/" target="_blank">here</a>. 
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-That documentation also contains the links to the instructions for installing Asterisk and Coturn (Coturn can be used as a STUN server to assist Roundpin in connecting users who are 
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-Please note that the installation instructions for Asterisk presents in detail how to implement 4 classes of dial plans, but you should choose only the one that is the closest to your 
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-Asterisk version 18.0.0 is coded such as by default it allows a maximum of 15 video conference participants. However, this number can be increased to around 100 by changing the code 
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-If you want to integrate Roundcube with Roundpin, to be able to open a new email window with one click, to easily send emails to your Roundpin contacts, and to be able to check incoming 
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-emails from inside Roundpin, you will need to install a complete mail server by following the detailed instructions presented 
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-<a rel="noreferrer noopener" href="https://www.doublebastion.com/install-the-mail-server/" target="_blank">here</a>.
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-## Contribute
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-This is the official repository of the Roundpin project. The <a rel="noreferrer noopener" href="https://github.com/CoverTowerSuperAdmin/roundpin" target="_blank">GitHub Roundpin 
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-repository</a> is just a pointer to this repository. We don’t use GitHub for developing Roundpin because GitHub is owned by one of the companies that proved their disrespect for 
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-digital freedom over the years and because centralized services create autonomy and privacy issues, in spite of all the benefits.
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-If you want to contribute code to this project, please submit <a rel="noreferrer noopener" href="https://git.doublebastion.com/roundpin/pullrequests/contrib" target="_blank">this form</a>,
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-mentioning your intended changes. We'll send you the credentials needed to push code to the "contrib" branch of this repository. After we review the changes we can include them in the
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-project. We'll list the names of all the contributors, in the Contributors.txt file located in the root directory.
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-Please post any bugs that are not security related, or feature requests, on the <a rel="noreferrer noopener" href="https://git.doublebastion.com/roundpin/issues/develop" target="_blank">
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-issue tracker</a>. If you notice bugs related to security, don’t post them on the issue tracker; instead, send them to manager [at] doublebastion [dot] com .
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-## License
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-Roundpin as a whole is licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License, version 3 or any later version (See the file COPYING.txt located in the root directory, for the text of the
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-license). If you use Roundpin or distribute it in modified or unmodified form, you will need to comply with the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License, either version 3 of the
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-license or (at your option) any later version.
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-Roundpin includes parts from other programs/libraries licensed under different free software licenses. We listed these programs/libraries and their respective copyright notices in
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-the LICENSE.txt file located in the root directory.