So the impossible has been made possible! It appears that eok has managed to get the SIP app from the Nintendo DS ported over to the ipod touch and it WORKS! They still haven't managed to get audio in/out to work yet, but its only a matter of days before they get this sorted. From the Touch Mods blog:
Amazing news, guys! I have no words! We all knew it will come.
So here it is:
eok did manage to make the Nintendo DS-based SIP app from Samuel running on the iPod Touch!!
Samuel's page here: svsip.free.fr
His SW does use pjsip from pjsip.org.
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Marian from the Touch Mods Blog has finally managed to fit a mic + pre-amp and all associated circuitry INTO a dock connector! Amazing. He's quoting USD45 including shipping and handling which is pretty reasonable considering these are HAND MADE! While there isn't a VoIP app ready for testing, it's only a matter of time - wouldn't you want to be one of the first to make a VoIP call from your Touch? I would suggest ordering these now if you really want one - Marian might just decide to stop making them after some time. ;)