Bounty On Google Voice

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The channel motif and res_xmpp do not work. But there is one company that does make it work and charges $US 6 for a lifetime connection to your own free Google Voice number, from SIP. I wonder if anybody would be able to fix Asterisks libraries so people of low income would not have to pay a third party for this basic translation service.

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  • Hey,

    Sorry to hear about your difficulty with this code. At this time, I’m not aware of an active maintainer/owner of those modules. As I’m sure you’re already aware, Asterisk is an open source project worked on by people with different interests and motivations. Some work on it purely for the fun, others work on it because they have a business interest of some sort. Bug bounties are a great way to get the attention of people in both categories, and are usually posted to the asterisk-dev mailing list. You can learn more about the guidelines prior to posting at this wiki page:

    Hope that helps a bit, and best wishes in getting your bug fixed.