SFLphone is a SIP/IAX2 compatible softphone for GNU/Linux. The SFLphone project's goal is to create a robust enterprise-class desktop phone. While it can serve home users very well, it is designed with a hundred-calls-a-day receptionist in mind.
SFLphone is free software and is distributed under the GNU General Public License version 3. It is developed by Savoir-Faire Linux, a Canadian Linux consulting company, in partnership with the global community. Savoir-Faire Linux provides users with easy-to-install packages for most of the main GNU/Linux distributions.
If you would like to contribute and you don't know where to begin, here are some tips.
Patches and bugs
Many bugs or features are already listed in the tracker, so you can start here. Debugging small problems is often a good way to start.
Bugs are reported by creating a new ticket. You have to be logged in to file a bug.
Please read the existing tickets to be sure that your bug has not already been posted.
Try to be as accurate as possible when describing the bug so that it will be easier to fix it. If you are reporting a crash, please add the stack trace in the description.
You can submit a patch as a new ticket with the patch as an attachment, or send it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SFLphone's translation is done on Launchpad. Feel free to contact us if you would like to add a new language.