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April 25, 2011
Tags: application, ast, asterisk, bit, community feedback, conferencing application, davenport, feedback
I am proud to announce that after a good bit of development, community feedback, testing, and code review, the brand new ConfBridge application has been officially merged into Asterisk Trunk!!! http://svnview.digium.com/svn/asterisk?view=revision&revision=314598
If you are already familiar with ConfBridge from Asterisk 1.6.X and 1.8, forget everything you know. This is a completely revamped, highly optimized, and feature rich conferencing application capable of mixing sample rates from 8khz all the way up to 192khz! Exciting right?! So Go! use it, test it, and report back! Tell us what you like, what you don’t like, if you want a feature that doesn’t yet exist, and report bugs. This conferencing application has huge potential and we need community feedback. Asterisk 1.10 isn’t that far away, and once it is branched adding new functionality to this application may not be possible, so start using it now!
To help get you started, Malcolm Davenport has written some fantastic documentation on the asterisk.org wiki. It can be found below.
New conference join and leave sounds have been created for this application, but will not be available officially until the next sounds release. If you can not wait until then you can find them attached to this issue, https://issues.asterisk.org/view.php?id=19165.
If you start using the ConfBridge application and find that you are interested in writing a new feature for it, feel free to use me as a resource by email or IRC. I’m happy to review your code and anything else I can to do make this application successful.