Which open source alternative to Skype will you choose? | Opensource.com

Which open source alternative to Skype will you choose?

129 votes tallied
Ekiga: Formerly GnomeMeeting
46 votes
Blink: VoiP calls, video, and chat
23 votes
Jitsi: Also supports XMPP, AIM, and other IM services
19 votes
SylkServer: SIP server and conferencing
4 votes
SFLphone: Enterprise softphone for desktop and embedded
3 votes
Linphone: VOIP client also available for Android, Blackberry, and iPhone
34 votes

After you vote, find out why Microsoft cut ties with Asterisk and more details about open source Skype alternatives.

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