Category: FreePBX

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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FreePBX 17 Beta and the Future with Debian

A little over a month ago now, the FreePBX Engineering team had published a wiki page with instructions for manually setting up FreePBX 17 on Debian Linux using the beta release tarball. The wiki migration project (which you can read about here) delayed the Beta announcement for FreePBX 17 a bit, but here we are

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Introducing CDR Pro: A Powerful Call Reporting Enhancer Module

CDR Pro is a new commercial module for FreePBX and PBXact systems that simplifies the call reporting experience for administrators by providing an intuitive interface for generating detailed call reports. CDR Pro allows you to present straightforward lists of inbound calls to a specific DID for a particular date range and to set up automated

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Open Source Projects at Sangoma

This is a cross-post on both the Asterisk and the FreePBX blogs, so for those who may only be familiar with FreePBX let me introduce myself. My name is Joshua Colp. I’m the Project Lead for the Asterisk project, the telephony toolkit that powers FreePBX. For those on the Asterisk side, Hi again! Over the

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Sangoma Completing the Open Source Move to GitHub

TL;DR – Effective immediately, Sangoma is migrating the Atlassian stack that is currently hosting and to GitHub. Hello everyone, happy Friday. As has been announced previously, and has been already done successfully for the Asterisk project earlier this year, FreePBX is migrating away from the Atlassian stack in use for project issues and

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