On Sun, 2004-10-17 at 00:25, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> I should say I found the meeting very interesting
> though it did confirm my view that asterisk is strictly for pointy-heads.
It has a steap learning curve and is probably most geared against people
that have a high interest in something like that OR want to build
solutions on that.
If you want something simpler, there are other, but not that advanced
It's a question of what you want to archieve. Once that's defined, you
will have to look if Asterisk is necessary for that.
> In fact the nerd quotient of the audience was frighteningly high.
> Don't any normal people run Linux?
Sure, but they would usually not show up to such events. It is the
exception, as I've seen it.
Just my .02c
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