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hpr1109 :: Astricon 2012 - Virtues of the Open Source Telephony Platform

A conversation recorded at Astricon

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Hosted by Various Creative Commons Works on 2012-11-01 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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Host - sunzofman1 -> http://bkaeg.org/blog Guests - Randy Resnick, Allison Smith, Eric Ostenberg, Kevin Bushong

Randy discusses the history of the VUC (VoIP Users Conference)-> http://vuc.me Early Talkshoe days (RIP Talkshoe), pre-dates mumble servers. Allison (voice of Asterisk) explains how she got involved with the telephony and asterisk in general. She graciously authenticates herself with a genuine echo test ;-) Eric and Kevin wax poetic about their early experiences with telcos and telephony. Everyone talks about some of the useful features and applications within Asterisk.

  • DISA
  • chan_dahdi
  • SIP
  • g722 codec

    We later get into what we believe asterisk will become in the future.

  • Supplement GSM networks
  • Automobile telematics (sunzofman1 has a special place in his heart for telematics)

    Host encourages everyone to contribute a HPR show!

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