[Freeswitch-dev] FreeSWITCH Weekly News and Notes

Michael Collins marketing at cluecon.com
Tue Oct 23 00:05:28 MSD 2012

Hello again!

Another busy week in the land of FreeSWITCH. As you know we have been doing
some work on the FreeSWITCH project's infrastructure. We are happy to
report that this work is essentially complete. Thank you for your patience
in this process. We've experienced intermittent outages but thanks to the
efforts of Brian West and Raymond Chandler these have been kept to a
minimum. We also thank Ken Rice for his hard work during this time. His
knowledge and experience have been invaluable.

Last week we had a very interesting
Chad Engler about his
nodesl <https://github.com/englercj/node-esl> library - a connector between
node.js and ESL <http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Esl>. Chad describes
himself as a Web developer learning the telephony side of things. However,
we were all impressed with how much knowledge he had with using ESL given
the relatively short amount of time he's been working with it. This
week<http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/FS_weekly_2012_10_24>we will be
looking in on some Windows-centric ways of handling real-time
data and related PBX items. The following week, on October 31, we will be
hearing from our friends over at Redshift
They will be giving us close-up look at some of the worldwide SIP attacks
that are being perpetrated against FreeSWITCH and other IP telephony

On a personal note I would like to thank everyone who volunteered to be a
technical reviewer of the new edition of the FreeSWITCH
I was overwhelmed with just how many people who are willing to volunteer
their time. Packt Publishing will be contacting those who've been selected
for this important job. This is a great community and we are all glad to be
a part of it.

Take care and have a great week.

Michael S Collins
ClueCon Team
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