My professional life in RTC stacks ...

I was wondering today what RTC stacks I've used in all these years and I though it would be interesting to remember them because somehow you can see the evolution of communications through them.   This is the approximate timeline (I'm sure I'm forgetting some):

2013 python-sip
2012 pjsip
2011 asmack
2008 sofia-sip
2006 NIST SIP Stack
2004 In house developed SIP Stack
2002 OpenH323
2000 NetMeeting ActiveX

 With a couple of exceptions I have always favored the usage of opensource stacks because they have always been very compelling and mostly because it is a lot of fun the possibility to hack them.

There are much more stacks that I've used for prototypes or Hello Worlds and were also great but this list only includes the ones used in commercial projects.

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