Ring (formerly SFLphone) is a SIP compatible softphone for GNU/Linux.
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README.md

How to use this overlay

with local overlays

Local overlays should be managed via /etc/portage/repos.conf/. To enable this overlay make sure you are using a recent Portage version (at least 2.2.14), and create an /etc/portage/repos.conf/ring-overlay.conf file containing precisely:

[ring-overlay]
location = /usr/local/portage/ring-overlay
sync-type = git
sync-uri = https://github.com/stefan-langenmaier/ring-overlay.git
priority=9999

Afterwards, simply run emerge --sync, and Portage should seamlessly make all our ebuilds available.

with layman

Invoke the following:

layman -f -a ring-overlay

Or read the instructions on the Gentoo Wiki.

Installation

After performing those steps, the following should work:

sudo emerge -av net-voip/gnome-ring

live vs stable ebuild

There are two kind of ebuilds available. The live ebuilds (with version 9999) are taken directly from the git master branch (and in case of the ring-daemon are compiled with the bundled libraries). The stable ebuilds are from fixed versions and have been tested to work together. As a bonus they try to unbundle the application as much as possible.