CTI library interest?

Discussion in 'Python' started by gregarican, Jan 24, 2006.

  1. gregarican

    gregarican Guest

    As part of a project I'm trying to port to Python I am planning on
    moving a CTI library it relies on into Python code. Previously the
    overall project as well as the associated library were written in Ruby.
    Specifically the CTI library utilizes TSAPI/CSTA for linking telephone
    equipment with IP computer endpoints. For a glimpse into the Ruby
    version of the CTI library check out http://tsapi.rubyforge.org.

    Is anyone interested in assisting with the Python implementation of
    this CTI library? If you have access to a TSAPI/CSTA-compliant PBX
    system or can compile a CSTA simulator on a Linux box that's all you
    need to try out your code.

    Anyone want to pitch in?
     
    gregarican, Jan 24, 2006
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