Posts for the month of March 2011

freeDiameter 1.1.0 is released.

The first version of the 1.1.x branch is now released.

Quite a lot of changes are included from previous 1.0.3 version, and a few bugs may remain in this version. However, we believe it should behave better than 1.0.3 in many aspects.

The main change is the re-organization of the source code. Most of the framework is now shipped as a library, libfdcore, while the daemon is just a lightweight front-end for this library. The intent is to allow easy integration of the freeDiameter framework into existing products.

For a more detailed list of changes, please check this changelog file.

The new release can be obtained from the Mercurial repository here: (tag: 1.1.0)

It will also be available shortly as a Debian package. See this page for more information.

Please report any problem or difficulty either by filing a new ticket (requires registration on this website) or by sending a mail to mailing-list.

A note about the power shortages: according to latest TEPCO status, the power cuts may occur at fixed time and not every days. Therefore, if you receive an error message when accessing this website, please try again after a few hours. Once again, we apologize for this inconvenience.

Thank you for your interest in freeDiameter The freeDiameter team.

Power shortage

Dear all,

Due to the power shortage in Tokyo area consecutive to the problems in Fukushima power plant, our server will experience regular downtimes for a few weeks. We apologize for the inconvenience and are working on a solution to move the service in a zone with no energy issue. In the meantime, please be patient when the site is not responding and retry at a later time.

Thank you for your comprehension,

-- the freeDiameter team.