[Freeswitch-users] Voice broadcasting
tahir at ictinnovations.com
Fri Aug 24 16:32:23 MSD 2012
Last day I checked the list and posted these two comments where appropriate
The interesting thing I like to mention that we have commercial product
competitive to ICTDialer, entirely different in design as compared to
ICTDialer and we use commercial channels to market it rather than this
ICTDialer is purely OSS contribution for community based on Open Source
communication framework Plivo / freeswitch and MySQL as back-end and
re-known Open Source CMS Drupal as Front-End with no hidden design and
people here still have objection on posting ?
Leveraging open source in ICT
On Thu, Aug 23, 2012 at 8:57 PM, Avi Marcus <avi at avimarcus.net> wrote:
> Since ICT Dialer was mentioned only on two threads where it was related,
> and it is indeed OSS, it seems entirely appropriate.
> Their download page http://www.ictdialer.org/node/7 ->
> On Thu, Aug 23, 2012 at 6:51 PM, Michael Collins <msc at freeswitch.org>wrote:
>> On Thu, Aug 23, 2012 at 5:37 AM, David J <david at styleflare.com> wrote:
>>> I will agree with you only if ICT dialer is a commercial product.
>>> Otherwise to mention it on list should be OK as long as its free switch
>> We are pretty tolerant of people mentioning their FreeSWITCH-based
>> commercial products. However, we don't want the list to turn into a
>> marketing free-for-all. If you have a commercial product that you think
>> would meet the OP's needs then it's okay to mention it. The caveat is that
>> you really must also list any [FL]OSS options as well, even if those free
>> options are less complete than your own commercial solution.
>> Here's an example:
>> Q: "What's the best GUI for FreeSWITCH?"
>> A: "IMHO, the best GUI is the CudaTel. More info available at
>> www.cudatel.com. If you are looking for an OSS alternative you can check
>> out Blue.Box (2600hz.org) or FusionPBX (fusionpbx.com) and try those
>> out. I've also heard of FreePyBX (freepybx.org) but I know very little
>> about that one."
>> If you keep it balanced, reasonable, and non-spammy then you'll be fine.
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