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Asterisk Usage Survey

By Matt Fredrickson

For those of you that do not know me, my name is Matthew Fredrickson and I’m the project lead for the Asterisk project. First off, I wanted to thank all of you that contribute in various ways to the project – whether it be at a developmental level, answering questions on forums and mailing lists, contributing documentation, or just generally advocating for it within your sphere of influence. It takes so many people’s efforts to make the project what it is and to sustain such a large and vibrant user and developer community.

We created a general survey inquiring how people utilize Asterisk. It should only take about 10-15 minutes, but would help us understand better how our users are utilizing Asterisk and help us to understand if there are important areas of Asterisk that we underemphasize from a development perspective. If you don’t mind filling it out, it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks *so* much again for your time, and best wishes to each of you in your efforts.

https://goo.gl/forms/xL1VUHRsf95saly13

Matthew Fredrickson

There Are 2 Comments

  • LEE BERRY says:

    Hi Matt I’m new to Asterisk.I’m a casual user.

    I noticed it was running huge amounts of memory leakage on my notebook after I installed a open-source tool called bluejeans for tele conferencing.I monitor ntop services to prevent threats from infecting my PC.

    I was looking for a way to turn it off (stop the shell) when I’m not using Asterisk services?
    I was not able to find any gui on my host to configure it so I had to remove Asterisk.

    • Joshua Colp says:

      That would be dependent on how exactly it was installed and how it is being run. If bluejeans is responsible for it – then you’d need to check their documentation or consult them to see.

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