While this has been mentioned in a few places I thought it prudent to also create a blog post. Asterisk 13 and Asterisk 17 have entered security fix only status. What does this mean, though? When bug fixes and changes are put up for review they will no longer be done against Asterisk 13 and
Inside the Asterisk
Kia Ora! (Or Be Healthy) (Don’t ask – I like greetings from various languages) If you haven’t noticed from the various emails and posts Asterisk 18.0.0 has now been released and is available for download here! As previously mentioned in our blog post for 18.0.0-rc1 this is an LTS release, meaning it will be supported
Greetings Everyone! Another year has flown by and while we now live in interesting times this has not stopped the development and progress of Asterisk or the Astricon conference, so much so that the first release candidate of Asterisk 18 is here. The first step in creating the 18.0.0 release of Asterisk is tagging a
Normally you will find me on this blog talking about technical aspects of Asterisk but today I’d like to talk about the Asterisk website and this blogs site. A few days ago a major shift happened with both. The www.asterisk.org site was moved from Drupal to WordPress and blogs.asterisk.org joined it in the same instance.
Prompted by a post on the Asterisk users mailing list I thought I’d write a bit about Asterisk versioning and releases for this blog post. The Asterisk project at any given time has between 2 and 3 major versions of Asterisk being released. When I say major version I’m referring to an entirely different branch
We’ve had a few questions about whether or not Asterisk could easily install on CentOS 8. A few months ago the answer to that question was no. However, given some time, a few added packages later, and a custom open source repository contribution we now believe that answer has changed. In this post I’ll explain
Within the Asterisk project we are constantly trying to improve our processes and data collection when a problem is encountered to reduce the back and forth for getting information. This initially started with the ast_coredumper script that is now the recommended way to collect information from a running Asterisk process or from a core dump
Greetings All, Time certainly flies and it seems like AstriDevCon and AstriCon 2019 were a century ago. It’s hard to imagine that in fact they were only a month and a half ago! Since everyone has had some time to recharge I thought now was a great time to review and talk about what was
If you download Asterisk 17 and start it up, you might be one of the people that notices the following messages: If you are using chan_pjsip, which has been available in Asterisk since version 12 was released in 2013, you’ll never see this message. But, if you do see this message, do not be afraid!
The Asterisk Rest Interface (ARI) over the last year received several enhancements that have been requested by the community: server side event filtering automatic context creation moving a channel between apps Although these topics have been discussed previously, with Astricon, and the release of Asterisk 17.0.0 just around the corner I think it’s a good