The developers calls are designed as a monthly way of keeping in touch with the GNU Radio development community. They are meant to discuss current and future works, problems that need to be addressed, and issues related to upcoming releases and other events.
Calls are scheduled for every third Thursday of the month, usually at 1700 UTC. Check out our G+ group, where we usually also announce our calls.
We do calls using Google Hangout, on our "Google+ Group": https://plus.google.com/communities/105194615257651755927. Make sure to install the hangout plugin.
Calls are always managed through IRC. If you want to join, also join #gnuradio.
The call is usually announced long before the call. So click 'Join', then you will get your own button to join the hangout.
If you just want to listen in, there will be a stream of the call available. In this case, please don't join the call, because there is a limit of users.
We use "MeetBot": http://wiki.debian.org/MeetBot (Fleischautomat) to help us with the minutes. Don't be shy, use the MeetBot commands (#info, #agreed, #link) generously.
Call Logs and Agendas¶
- July 21, 2016 - July Dev Call
- June 16, 2016 - June Dev Call
- June 8, 2016 - GRC Dev Call
- May 19, 2016 - May Dev Call
- April 28, 2016 - GRC Dev Call
- April 21, 2016 - April Dev Call
- March 31, 2016 - March Dev Call
- February 18, 2016 - February Dev Call
- December 17, 2015 - December Dev Call
- November 19, 2015 - November Dev Call
- November 4, 2015 - GRC Working Group Call
- October 15, 2015 - October Dev Call
- Sept 17, 2015 - September Dev Call
- July 16, 2015 - July Dev Call
- June 18, 2015 - June Dev Call
- May 21, 2015 - May Dev Call
- April 16, 2015 - April Dev Call
- April 14, 2015 - GRC Working Group Call
- March 19, 2015
- February 19, 2015
- February 12, 2015 - CGRAN Call
- February 11, 2015 - CoProcessor WG Call
- January 20, 2015 - VOLK WG Call
- January 15, 2015
- January 12, 2015 - Inaugural PyBOMB squad call
- IRC channel #gnuradio on freenode
- SIP contact: sip:[email protected]
The SIP bridge ties into the IRC channel where people can control the action a bit. When you first sign on, associate your IRC nick with your SIP info, which is the last two (or three if there are enough people/connections) numbers in your SIP name. For instance, I call in and am already in the chat room, so I can do this because my IRC nick is 'trondeau':
Tom (SIP/192.168.2.102-00000062) has joined the conference. voip-gr: 62 is trondeau
Now I can send commands to 'trondeau' directly. The 'voip-gr' is a chatbot that ties into the SIP call. You can give the chatbot a few commands, including
voip-gr: help, and you will get a private chat going with the list of commands.
We use the IRC chat room to exchange information and keep track of the minutes of the call. After each call, I will post the IRC logs here.
Sed Expression for Replacing IP Addresses¶
This is a regex for replacing IP addresses. Used with 'sed' for replacing all IP addresses in the IRC logs with "xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx".