[Freeswitch-users] Weekly Conf Call Reminder

João Mesquita jmesquita at freeswitch.org
Fri Aug 17 20:10:29 MSD 2012

SwK, how about a more deep level discussion about FreeSWITCH internals? How
does the machine state works, which state does what, what are the flags for
the channels for and so on?

This is something that I believe most of us half-developers (no such term,
but you get the idea), would like to know about. It is quite challenging
sometimes to implement cool things with ESL without a knowledge of the
inner workings of FreeSWITCH and I can see that concepts such as loopback
and emulated att_xfer can easily be misleading if someone does not
understand those.

Anyhow, just an idea and I don't know how interested the core devs are in
doing this.

João Mesquita

On Fri, Aug 17, 2012 at 12:55 PM, Ken Rice <krice at freeswitch.org> wrote:

>  I was just speaking with bklang on IRC. Let us know when you guys can
> join us on the call!
> On 8/17/12 10:38 AM, "Ben Langfeld" <ben at langfeld.co.uk> wrote:
> This year we released Adhearsion 2.1 at ClueCon where we added support for
> FreeSWITCH. Adhearsion now boasts support for 3 VoIP engines (FreeSWITCH,
> Asterisk and Voxeo PRISM), allowing a degree of portability between them.
> We hope this will encourage some people who currently use Asterisk with
> Adhearsion to give FreeSWITCH a try instead.
> For those who don't know, Adhearsion is a framework for developing voice
> applications, and it's written in Ruby. It connects over the network to one
> of the above mentioned engines and exercises third-party control over
> calls. It is great for writing voice applications integrated with other
> services such as databases, web APIs, message queues, etc. It is used for
> IVRs, Call Centre automation, data gathering tasks as well as enabling a
> whole slew of "Voice 2.0" type applications.
> To learn more, check out http://adhearsion.com, or fire me an email. Does
> anyone want to hear about Adhearsion on the conference call?
> Regards,
> Ben Langfeld
> On 17 August 2012 16:18, Ken Rice <krice at freeswitch.org> wrote:
> Hey Guys,
> We’re always looking for new ideas and guest speakers to have on the
> Weekly FreeSWITCH Community Conference Call. If you have any ideas or
> requests, Let us Know!
> How can you let us know this?
>    1. Contact me Offlist
>    2. Reply here with those ideas
>    3. update the wiki and add some ideas to the Suggestions for Future
>    Meetings sections.
> What kind of things are appropriate? Well pretty much anything related to
> FreeSWITCH. Some examples of previous discussions:
> SIP101
> Vestec ASR (Speech Rec engine)
> Giovanni Maruzzelli presenting on GSMOpen
> Travis Cross discussing GIT
> Goni AKA Mahammed Naseer presenting and discussing vBilling
> Mr Phil Zimmerman discussing ZRTP and VoIP Security.
> As you will notice not all of these subjects like GIT are about
> FreeSWITCH, but each and everyone include GIT is relevant to FreeSWITCH.
> --
> Ken
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