[Freeswitch-users] FS Rocks!!!!!!!!!

Michael Collins msc at freeswitch.org
Thu Dec 10 09:51:55 PST 2009

On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 2:13 AM, Julian Lyndon-Smith <asterisk at dotr.com>wrote:

> 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,
> effectively).
> 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
> implementing FS.
> 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
> call).
> 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 ?


First off, welcome to the FreeSWITCH fold! Thank you for your willingness
not only to try things but to document them as well. I like the idea of a
blog to tell the story. After you're done then you might consider a wiki
page that is more of "just the facts, ma'am" on how you translated Asterisk
configs to a FreeSWITCH setup. Feel free to ask myself or anyone here or on
IRC for assistance.

-MC (IRC: mercutioviz)
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