is a application for a variety of Unix
systems that allows you to talk (actually send
voice, not typed characters) over a network.
To enable secure communications,
encryption with DES, Blowfish, IDEA, and/or a key file is available.
for Unix is compatible with
, and users
of the two programs can intercommunicate. In addition,
supports Real-Time Protocol (RTP)
, et seq.
and interoperate with RTP compliant audio applications.
The Speak Freely
for Unix archive
is hosted on SourceForge
It provides direct access to Speak Freely
Developers interested in working with the final version
of the source code can check out the complete development
directory tree, manage their changes with CVS or download
an archive of the source code from the File Release System.
for Unix is documented in the following manual pages describing the
Mailing List Archive
mailing list operated from January
1996 until January 2004, with more than 3500 messages posted.
The link below allows you to download a Zipped archive of all
messages ever posted to the mailing list, collected into 287
periodic digests. E-mail addresses and telephone numbers have
been elided to protect the privacy of participants. The
mailing list covered both the Unix and Windows versions of