On 19 Dec 2004, at 00:34, Martin List-Petersen wrote:
> One thing is to add: If you want to work with Asterisk it'll take
> quite some reading and effort to get going. Asterisk is versatile,
> which also makes the learning curve quite steap.
Martin has graciously agreed to hold an Asterisk workshop as a follow
on to his Asterisk talk at the AGM. This is going to take place - well,
Real Soon Now, or as soon as I extract the digit and organise a venue.
standing at the bottom of the slope, putting skins on his skis and
thinking this is going to be a tough one, but looking forward to the
fun run back down.
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