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FreePBX Project Leadership Update

Hi Everyone After four amazing years as part of the leadership team for the FreePBX Project, I have decided to embark on new challenges in my professional journey. Working on this incredible project alongside such talented individuals—my colleagues, the broader open source communities, partners, customers, and resellers—has been a true privilege. I’m wrapping up the

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FreePBX 17 – Release Candidate 1

Today the FreePBX project announces another milestone for FreePBX 17, Release Candidate (RC1).   Our Beta period has been progressing nicely these last few months, and reports on GitHub have slowed. If you haven’t been following the blogs documenting the progress toward a FreePBX 17 release, then please take a moment to see what’s been

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FreePBX 17 Progress Update

Dear Community, Exciting news on the progress of FreePBX 17!  First and foremost, the FreePBX Project would like to express our sincere gratitude to everyone actively involved in testing by sharing their valuable time and feedback. These contributions are very welcome, and vital to ensuring the success of FreePBX 17, so we’re delighted to witness

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FreePBX 17 Official Debian Install Beta

This month’s blog is from Chris Dolese, VP of Support at Sangoma and longtime member of the FreePBX community since the days of Asterisk at Home. Chris gave a presentation at Astricon about FreePBX 17, and today introduces the beta launch of the Debian install script. Over to you Chris … ———————————- Hello Everyone A

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GitHub Issues are Online

As announced a while ago now, the FreePBX project has been moving off of the self-hosted Atlassian stack. Part one of this migration was to permanently move the FreePBX wiki to Confluence in the cloud. If you haven’t seen the new home yet, you can find it here.   The next step of this process

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