Update: Check out the new VoIP Search on Google! It allows you to search for any Voice Over IP information without getting a lot of unrelated information thrown at you!
News01/04/2002 - Version 7.2 released!
| Speak Freely is a 100% software-based VoIP phone originally
written in 1991 by John Walker, founder of Autodesk, and Brian C. Wiles.
Over the years since, other VoIP applications popped up, but Speak Freely was
the first VoIP application (or Internet telephone) released to the public. Brian had written another VoIP application
in 1989 called RASCAL (short for Remote Audio Sound Card Application Link), and some parts of it were incorporated into Speak Freely.
In the spirit of Open Source
SoftwareTM, this program is licensed
under the GNU General Public License.