[lug] BLUG Meeting Announcement 2009-01-08

Sean Reifschneider jafo at tummy.com
Wed Jan 7 15:09:00 MST 2009

Boulder Linux wrote:
>    Talk : Asterix - OpenSource PBX
> Speaker : Sean Reifschneider

Somehow, the carefully crafted talk introduction and bio I wrote got lost
in the mail.  I was looking for it to make sure I had the title in my
slides the same as what I had said it would be, and could find no record of
it.  So, here's another attempt at it:

   A Gentle Introduction to Asterisk: Taking Back Your Phone

   If you're the sort of person who runs their own web server and e-mail
   server, why aren't you running your own phone server?  With Asterisk,
   you can have amazing flexibility over how your phone calls are handled.
   Do you want to get your answering machine messages in voice mail?
   Do you want to make it so that calls from non-whitelisted phone
   numbers don't ring your phones unless they "press 1 if you aren't
   a telemarketer" (particularly, say, from 6 to 8pm and at night)?
   A conference call bridge for your family to chat on once a week?
   Run a script based on touch tones from a phone call?

   It's all possible with Asterisk.

   Presented by Sean Reifschneider of tummy.com, ltd.  Sean is a long time
   Linux geek and telephone hater, so the flexibility that Asterisk has
   been quite a relief.  Sean implemented the tummy.com PBX and automated
   attendant several years ago.

Sean Reifschneider, Member of Technical Staff <jafo at tummy.com>
tummy.com, ltd. - Linux Consulting since 1995: Ask me about High Availability

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