[Freeswitch-users] FS Rocks!!!!!!!!!
asterisk at dotr.com
Thu Dec 10 02:13:16 PST 2009
Sometime next week I hopefully am going to start a document that
follows my progress in setting up a FS system from scratch, with all
the pitfalls and successes. A kinds of "warts and all" story.
Alongside this "blog" (for want of a better word) I will also then
document the steps needed to get it working (a howto guide,
I am a long time * user (2004), so my mindset is kind of skewed - but
perhaps that would be beneficial for other * users looking at
Most of our config and dialplan is generated by using res_config_curl,
and we use things like call listening, conferencing, parking and
queues. We do use queues in a slightly odd manner (we add 1 agent, and
call a local channel). When this channels is called, we use curl to
get our application to return the most appropriate agent to actually
We also use * as a power dialler, making upwards of 400,000 call
attempts per month. Not massive, but not tiny either.
Hopefully, this will be of use to both FS and * users. What would be
great is that if other people follow my progress, and make suggestions
as and when I hit a brick wall :)
What would be best for this ? A blog ? Or a wiki page ?
2009/12/9 Brian West <brian at freeswitch.org>:
> That is what is nice about our community I'm more than willing to answer the
> questions if you document them... as are many others in the core team...we
> just have a lot to do and I think the best repayment is documentation! ;)
> On Dec 9, 2009, at 4:39 PM, Tim Uckun wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 11:07 AM, Brian West <brian at freeswitch.org> wrote:
> Visit the friday meetings and we can help if you document it. ;)
> I would be willing to lend a hand with the documentation but I know so
> little (a complete freeswitch noob). For example I was trying to
> figure out how to tell if an extension was set up "show dialplan in
> asterisk". I could not find this anywhere. If I find out I would be
> happy to add it to the rosetta stone.
> I am currently working on getting outbound socket working. Once I get
> it going I would be happy to add it to the relevant section of the
> wiki (in this case ruby).
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