The Standard in Open Source H.323

Mailing Lists

All mailing lists are hosted by Packetizer and are open to participation from the public. Your involvement will help progress work and build a stronger community that will, in turn, hopefully benefit you as you endeavor to produce products or services.

This page lists all of the H.323-related mailing lists hosted by Packetizer.

H.323 Plus Developer's List

This list is intended for developers to collaborate on the H.323 Plus Open Source project, including coordination of activities, proposing new features and enhancements, etc.

To subscribe, send e-mail to h323plus-join@lists.packetizer.com.

The mailing list has been archived since 17 October 2007.

Other H.323 Industry Lists

H.323 Announcement List

This mailing list is an extremely low-volume list which is used to send announcements to the H.323 community about significant issues relating to H.323. Messages sent to this list include notifications of critical errors found in the H.323 specification, especially the latest published or pre-published specifications, and notifications about new or revised documents approved by the ITU.

To subscribe, send e-mail to h323-announce-join@lists.packetizer.com.

H.323 Implementers' List

This mailing list is devoted to implementation issues related to H.323, not necessarily related to the H.323 Plus open source project. If you have a question about H.323: how a feature should be implemented, when the next interoperability event will be held, what a section of text means, etc., this is the place to go. If you have a question that is very specific to the H.323 Plus source code, please direct that to the H.323 Plus list, instead of this one. But, if you want to understand some vague language in the H.323 spec, this is the right place to ask.

To subscribe, send e-mail to h323implementers-join@lists.packetizer.com.

ITU SG16 WP1 Mailing List

This mailing list is used by ITU-T members and others who are interested in the standardization of H.325, H.323, H.248, NAT and firewall issues, and other topics related to multimedia communication systems. If you are interested in monitoring or participating in these standards activities, this is the mailing list to join.

To join the mailing list, send e-mail to: sg16-avd-join@lists.packetizer.com.