Inside the Asterisk

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The fork less traveled

As we merge in a number of positive CommUnity UCaaS submissions, it is a good reminder of the challenges associated with private forks and forks

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TEL URI Support for PJSIP

Overview Everyone knows that PJSIP is the channel driver of choice for Asterisk nowadays. It’s a powerful driver, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t more

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Asterisk 20.0.0-rc1 Released!

Greetings Everyone! The time is upon us for the first release candidate of Asterisk 20[1], the next long term supported release! The first step in

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Old Asterisk Meets New Linux

A trend I’ve seen lately is individuals installing newer Linux distributions but using older versions of Asterisk. I thought I would do a quick blog

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PJSIP 2.12 Now In Asterisk

Recently I spent some time updating Asterisk to the latest versions of the third party libraries we bundle. This includes jansson as well as PJSIP,

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MeetMe In My ConfBridge

When Asterisk was first being written one of the things needed was the ability to do conference bridges. When you think of conference bridges you

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I Got That Reference!

Hi and welcome back!  Let’s take a look at another recent ticket: ASTERISK-29698. Integral to almost every section of code within Asterisk is astobj2.  We

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A tale of Two Taskprocessors

Hi folks!  Today, let’s take a look at a recent Asterisk issue: ASTERISK-29365. The graceful shutdown is intended to allow every part of the running

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