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Re: [Linphone-developers] org.linphone.core.ChatMessage not populated wi

From: Elisa Nectoux
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] org.linphone.core.ChatMessage not populated with display name?
Date: Thu, 26 Mar 2020 14:46:33 +0100

Hi Dave, and thank you Greg for your contribution.

Just to clarify, Linphone official developers (the ones that work in our company called Belledonne Communications) reply on this list on a « best effort basis ». You may sometimes see them replying with their email addresses. But, this mailing list is mostly designed for developers who look for free advices and supports provided by the community, and it is true that most of the time we rely on external Linphone users/developers to share their experience.

We also try to answer to bugs reported on GitHug or GitLab on a best effort basis, but if you really need technical advices or bug fixes in a short time, the best is to subscribe to our support contract or development assistance service. We do offer this kind of services for a fee.

Best regards,

Elisa Nectoux
Sales & Marketing Manager

+33 (0)9 52 63 65 05

Belledonne Communications, the company behind the Linphone project

Le 26 mars 2020 à 14:29, Greg Troxel <address@hidden> a écrit :

Dave Osbourne <address@hidden> writes:

Um, no one's replied - I can understand that no one is around or
interested or perhaps I'm on the wrong list?

This is the right list.

I suspect many people read your post and said "probably you are right".
However, linphone is an odd mix of open source (technically, per the
license) and company developed (almost entirely) with proprietary
relicensing, and things happen differently than a normal open-source
project.  In particular, my impression is that the people actually
working on the code base tend not to read this list.

I would suggest:

 file an issue on the tracker; this seems to get paid more attention to

 perhaps fix the bug yourself and submit the code*


* For them to accept changes, they require you to sign a contributor
 agreement said to be available at
 but that is a complicated html page, not a pdf.

(I am just a random list member and linphone user, and have not signed
the CLA, as I tend to not want to sign CLAs with companies.  This is not
a recommendation not to - just an explanation of my own biases.)

I am replying because I suspect that nobody else will, even though what
I'm saying is likely the view of the silent majority.

If other list members think things I said are wrong - please speak up
and give your view.

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