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  Main Page - GNU Telephony
GNU Telephony is used to directly support the GNU Common C++ family of libraries and telephony application servers such as GNU Bayonne, which are part of the GNU Project, as well as other packages that we regularly use.
GNU Bayonne is the telephony server of GNU Telephony and the GNU Project.
The stable release is GNU Bayonne 2, the current release series is 1.5.x, and currently supports SIP, H.323, and Voicetronix drivers.
www.gnu.org /software/bayonne/bayonne.html   (618 words)

  
  Bayonne, France - LoveToKnow 1911
Grand Bayonne lies on the left bank of the Nive; the two squares which lie close together at the mouth of that river constitute the most animated quarter of the town.
Bayonne is the seat of a bishopric and of a subprefect; it has tribunals of first instance and of commerce, a chamber of commerce, a lycee, a school of music, a library, an art museum with a large collection of the works of the painter Leon Bonnat, and a branch of the Bank of France.
The port consists of an outer harbour, the so-called "rade" (roadstead) and the port proper, and occupies the course of the Adour from its mouth, which is obstructed by a shifting bar, to the Pont St Esprit, and the course of the Nive as far as the Pont Mayou.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Bayonne,_France   (858 words)

  
 History of Bayonne - City of Bayonne, New Jersey
Bayonne was known originally as Bergen Neck, located south of the Dutch settlement of Bergen, the predecessor of Jersey City.
The City of Bayonne is planning the transformation of the base for new uses by early in the next century when the base is scheduled to close.
Bayonne homes are among the best urban housing stock in the state, with residents actively maintaining and improving their homes and property.
www.bayonnenj.org /history.htm   (776 words)

  
 Bayonne Bridge (NY 440 and NJ 440)
Planners expected that the bridge would follow the route of the ferry, since the construction of the bridge and its approaches would involve the least amount of destruction to taxable property, and would be most convenient to major street connections on both sides of the Kill van Kull.
The revised design of the Bayonne Bridge arch was to feature a slender, hyperbolic curve over the roadway, while the stiffening trusses were to form repetitive triangles.
The Bayonne Bridge maintained the title as the world's longest steel-arch span until 1978, when the New River Gorge Bridge, with its 1,700-foot center span, opened in Fayetteville, West Virginia.
www.nycroads.com /crossings/bayonne   (1553 words)

  
 NJ.com: Jersey Journal News
A Bayonne man was nabbed Monday morning on outstanding arrest warrants after an anonymous tipster phoned in a report of a suspicious male, police said.
A former stripper living in Bayonne is denying she had a personal relationship and a no-show job with indicted New York City union boss and Assemblyman Brian McLaughlin, who headed the nation's largest labor council, according to a published report.
Bayonne's school uniform policy is wearing thin with a group of parents, who are asking the state to put an end to the new rule even as the compliance rate nears 100 percent.
www.nj.com /news/jjournal/bayonne   (1445 words)

  
 City of Bayonne, New Jersey - Official
It is our goal to provide both residents, and non-residents the opportunity to learn about the City that I call home.
As Mayor, I invite you to communicate to me your comments and questions regarding the City of Bayonne.
Please feel free to e-mail me by clicking here.
www.bayonnenj.org   (110 words)

  
 Bayonne (Baïona)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
BAYONNE stands back some 6km from the Atlantic, a position that until recently protected it from any real exploitation by tourism.
For many years the Petit Bayonne quarter on the right bank of the Nive was a hotbed of Basque nationalism, until the French government clamped down on such dangerous tendencies.
It's a small-scale, easily manageable city which can be explored on foot rather than bus, and, as the hub of all major road and rail routes from the north and east, it's worth considering as a base for a seaside sojourn.
france-for-visitors.com /pyrenees/pays-basque/bayonne-baiona.html   (419 words)

  
 CLIA - Cruise Line International Association
Bayonne, New Jersey is home to Cape Liberty, one of the newest and most modern Ports of Call in the United States, and a terrific destination for those wanting to explore this fascinating historical city and the surrounding New York Metropolitan area.
Bayonne was originally known as Bergen Neck, founded by the Dutch in the 17th century as a vital trading post.
Bayonne is a city that, although situated in one of the densest metropolitan areas in the world, has still managed to retain a charming, welcoming personality that guests will surely come to love as they embark on their discoveries of the surrounding sights and attractions.
www.cruising.org /planyourcruise/wwdest/overview.cfm?recordID=290   (483 words)

  
 Tourism in Bayonne, France, Basque Country
Bayonne boasts several beautiful gardens which have long been established.
In July 1998 Bayonne was awarded "the fourth flower" by the national committee for Flowers in France ("le Comité national pour le Fleurissement de la France").
The Vauban ramparts are the very symbol of the town of Bayonne which is why it is appropriate to have a botanical tree walk surrounding them.
www.ville-bayonne.fr /bayonneville/bayonne-gb/tourisme/parcs.htm   (891 words)

  
 NewsForge | David Sugar talks about GNU Bayonne
The GNU Bayonne project, a telephony server that is used for a wide range of voice and telco applications, is one of the stealthy ones.
Bayonne includes its own scripting language for writing telephony applications, which is designed for use in very high port -capacity solutions, as well as offering services to telephony enable Perl, Python, and other common scripting languages.
Bayonne 2 also offers SIP and H.323, so that it can be used in VoIP telephone networks, and one can use things like GnomeMeeting or Linphone to test and develop applications as well.
software.newsforge.com /software/05/09/26/1553208.shtml?tid=74&tid=132   (2455 words)

  
 Debian -- bayonne
Bayonne, the telecommunications application server of the GNU project, offers a free, scalable, media independent software environment for development and deployment of telephony solutions for use with current and next generation telephone networks.
Bayonne already offers a fully distributed application server for use today with multi-line telephony cards from many vendors under free operating systems.
Bayonne can be used today most completely under GNU/Linux with an ever wider selection of telephony hardware.
packages.debian.org /unstable/comm/bayonne.html   (261 words)

  
 City of Bayonne, France, Basque Country
In Roman times Bayonne was known as Lapurdum, a "castrum" or military camp which held a few hundred soldiers.
The arrival of Eleanor of Austria, sister of Charles Quint and the new queen of France, as well as the invention of the bayonnet by the sword makers of the 16th century also add to the town's renown.
This rich past has left Bayonne with a substantial architectural heritage: arched cellars from the 13th and 14th centuries, the amazing half timbered "bull's blood" houses which line the quays and enormous stone buildings with wrought iron balconies from the 18th and 19th centuries.
www.ville-bayonne.fr /bayonneville/bayonne-gb/capitale/histoire.htm   (561 words)

  
 Bayonne, New Jersey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bayonne is also a very isolated city with only 3 ways to get in and out of the city by car (Bayonne Bridge, Route 440, and New Jersey Turnpike) This causes major traffic jams during rush hour when exiting the city via New Jersey Turnpike towards Newark.
Bayonne was a bedroom community and shore resort for the wealthy and elite as late as 1889.
Bayonne, like its neighbor Staten Island, is often used as the butt of jokes on television shows such as The Odd Couple (Frosty the maid was hailed as the "Beast from Bayonne"), Barney Miller, and All in the Family, among many others.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bayonne,_New_Jersey   (2730 words)

  
 Bayonne Firefighters Union FMBA Local 11 - History
In 1907, when Bayonne became a fully paid fire department, Bayonne's Bravest established Local 11 of the state organization.
From the beginning Bayonne members were active both locally and state wide.
In 1975 in a contractual collision with the Mayor and City Council, the FMBA joined with the PBA and the Municipal Employees Union to form the United Council of Municipal Employees.
www.bayonnefirefighters.com /history.html   (714 words)

  
 Cover Pages: Bayonne Milestone 6 Release Features BayonneXML.
In providing Bayonne with XML support, we intend to deliver a free software solution that not only can be used for those hosting telephony services, but which can also be integrated and deployed entirely within the enterprise if so desired.
Bayonne is highly portable and will compile under most multi-threaded POSIX operating systems, including Solaris and Unixware.
Comment from David Sugar (Bayonne Maintainer): "My decision to provide XML as part of milestone 6, rather than RTP trunking, was based on the fact that the Common C++ XML parser is already very stable, while the Common C++ RTP stack has only recently reached usable functionality.
xml.coverpages.org /ni2001-04-27-a.html   (1015 words)

  
 Bayonne - Wired New York Forum
Bayonne is a nice city in the French Pays Basque where they make delicious cheese and ham.
Bayonne doesn't look that great, but the location is. *They have the new lightrail that takes residents up to JC and Hoboken and there are plans to extend service further south in Bayonne.
Bayonne is different than most other places in the area, it has one building considered a skyscraper on skyscrapers.com (11 stories or higher.
www.wirednewyork.com /forum/showthread.php?t=3813   (1956 words)

  
 BAYONNE, regional capital in the Pays Basque, South West France
Bayonne, the capital of the region, at the junction of the rivers Adour and Nive, is a busy commercial town, with a long history.
Bayonne is famous, amongst other things, for it's chocolate, for the excellent Bonnat museum of art, the summer festival (the FĂȘtes de Bayonne) and for the invention of the bayonet.
There is so much to see and discover in Bayonne that it is well worth taking one of the guided tours organised by the Tourist Office.
www.touradour.com /TOWNS/bayonne/bayonne.asp   (206 words)

  
 Bayonne, New Jersey - Home Page
Bayonne was first sighted by Henry Hudson in 1609.
Bayonne is a peninsula located south of Jersey City, between New York and Newark bays with the Kill van Kull on the south.
The area of Bayonne is quite small, being only three miles long and the widest part of the peninsula is one mile.
www.cmyname.com /HudsonCounty   (419 words)

  
 Chocolate & Zucchini: Chocolat de Bayonne
It is a little-known fact that Bayonne was the first chocolate-making city in France.
Bayonne is renowned for its hot chocolate (originally flavored with cinnamon) and its dark and bitter chocolate -- a very good thing since this happens to be my personal preference.
I enjoyed Bayonne tremendously: paved little streets, lovely quays on either side of the river Nive (where weird guys insist you take pictures of them), and plenty of good restaurants.
chocolateandzucchini.com /archives/2005/11/chocolat_de_bayonne.php   (1528 words)

  
 123VOYAGE South West France: Bayonne
Bayonne is the most important commercial city in the area, thanks to its position as a large port on the Adour estuary, and on the most western route into Spain.
Campanile Bayonne is ideally situated just 3.5 km to the west of the centre of Bayonne.
The Comfort Inn Bayonne, historic capital of the Pays Basque, is the perfect place to stay for business or for pleasure.
www.123voyage.com /realsw/towns/bayonne.htm   (451 words)

  
 OSDL - OSDL and Bayonne Announce Effort   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Developers who are working on Bayonne will be able to access the resources at the lab and will be assisted by the open source professionals at OSDL in setting up the testing and development needs for the project.
The Bayonne project is a free telephony application server that can be used to create a variety of voice and telco applications, giving end users an attractive option for their telco deployments.
GNU Bayonne is an attractive option, providing all of the advantages of a free software project, including support from talented developers worldwide, customizability and cost effectiveness.
www.osdl.org /newsroom/press_releases/2001/2001_10_22_portland.html   (1366 words)

  
 Bayonne milestone #6 released
Bayonne is the freely licensed multi-line voice response telephony server of the GNU project and a component of GNU Enterprise.
Bayonne has traditionally provided the ability to easily create scalable telephony applications and original services that can be directly integrated with traditional scripting languages and tools commonly found on free software platforms such as GNU/Linux.
Bayonne offers a wide degree of telephony hardware support and a modular architecture thru the use of plugins.
www.linuxdevices.com /news/NS6362577982.html   (628 words)

  
 Bayonne - voip-info.org
The project is not fully completed but is moving steadily towards producing a finished project that may be used to build telephony based system administration, home automation, automated attendant, v-commerce, and voice messaging systems.
Bayonne 2 uses a simplified driver model and exposes core functionality both through an interface library and a model script driven voice application server.
This is an initial release to allow full public testing and development of Bayonne 2 to officially begin, and as such has a limited functional range which will be expanded upon over the summer months.
www.voip-info.org /wiki/view/Bayonne   (539 words)

  
 NewsForge | What's new in GNU Bayonne (February 23, 2002)
With recent patches submitted by Radu Greab for both GNU Bayonne proper and GNU ccRTP, it is now possible to build and use a GNU Bayonne server under Solaris.
The changes needed for using Solaris are found in the new release of GNU ccRTP 0.7.3, and in GNU Bayonne 0.7.5.
The cvs for ccAudio is subversions.gnu.org:/cvsroot/ccaudio (co ccaudio), for ccRTP is subversions.gnu.org:/cvsroot/ccrtp (co ccrtp), for ccScript is subversions.gnu.org:/cvsroot/ccscript (co ccscript), and for Bayonne 1.0 development is subversions.gnu.org:/cvsroot/bayonne (co BayonneNG).
www.newsforge.com /newsvac/02/02/23/1611219.shtml   (1187 words)

  
 Bayonne Town Center
In addition to her duties at BCB, she is a very active member of the community, serving as a commissioner on the Bayonne Planning Board for 5 years, a trustee and secretary for the Bayonne Community Museum, and is a founding member of the Bayonne Historical Society.
A lifelong Bayonne resident, he is active in many local organizations, including the Hudson County Chamber of Commerce and the Simpson Baber Foundation for the Autistic.
She currently holds office on the Executive Board of the Bayonne Chamber of Commerce, chaired the nominating committee for the Greater Essex and Hudson County Girl Scout Council, and sat on the Board of Directors for two terms.
www.bayonnetowncenter.com /corporateinfo_mgmt.htm   (1369 words)

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