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Askozia PBX is an embedded PBX solution which eases system upgrades, backups and provisioning. Currently running under FreeBSD, they are in the process of porting it to linux, which is also worthy of discussion. (File under trials and tribulations!)
I met Michael at AMOOCON and invited him to join us after he told me a funny story: someone had sent him to a VUC session recording that had a laugh track sounding after a mention of Askozia (or was it FreeBSD?). Anyway, I do recall that the laughs were for our friend Rich, not Askozia. We would never make fun of an Asterisk-based project in that way. Except if Rich is behind it :-). Just kidding, Rich!
I apologize for mis-pronouncing Michael’s name throughout the discussion, it’s pronounced “eeee-demah”-, not “Eyedemah”.
Part 2:[audio:http://media.blubrry.com/winelover/recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-22622/TS-224860.mp3|titles=Part 2 VUC]