Those of you who know me know that I’m very passionate about open source and about open source telephony projects. As the VP of Open Source Community Development here at Sangoma, I’m proud of the work that we’ve been able to do to ensure that the Asterisk and FreePBX open source projects remain strong and
Author: Jared Smith
Sangoma is pleased to announce the release of their latest module for FreePBX – the Advanced Recovery module. Why might someone need this module? A modern telephone system is much more complicated than the telephone system of 25 years ago — most likely, it’s now running on commodity PC hardware rather than a custom-built hardware
Open source is becoming very prevalent in the software world, even if it’s not obvious. Your phone, your television, your smart speaker, and even your car is likely to use open source libraries and applications. In fact, a recent Tidelift survey showed that 92% of applications use open source libraries. One thing I’ve seen over
Hello everyone…for those of you who don’t know me, I’m Jared Smith, Sangoma’s new Vice President for Open Source Community Development. Ever since I first started using open source telephony software back in 2002, I’ve tried to give back to the community. I’ve done Asterisk consulting, I’ve written Asterisk documentation, I’ve taught Asterisk training classes,
As you’re probably already aware, we’re very close to the release of version 15 of FreePBX. One of my favorite new features in FreePBX is the GraphQL support that was added earlier this year. The support that was added for GraphQL makes it easier for external programs or systems to interact with a FreePBX system.