[Asterisk-biz] New asterisk web gui for
alex at thirdlane.com
Thu Nov 3 00:07:26 MST 2005
Shameless plug in - take a look at Thirdlane Asterisk PBX Manager - there is
a demo at https://thirdlane.amernet:10000, user demo, password insecure.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: asterisk-biz-bounces at lists.digium.com [mailto:asterisk-biz-
> bounces at lists.digium.com] On Behalf Of Rod Bacon
> Sent: Wednesday, November 02, 2005 9:30 PM
> To: Commercial and Business-Oriented Asterisk Discussion
> Cc: Asterisk Users Mailing List - Non-Commercial Discussion
> Subject: Re: [Asterisk-biz] New asterisk web gui for small/mediumsized
> You asked for feedback, so here goes.
> Let me start by saying that I applaud your effort at getting involved in
> project. I wish i could write a scrap of code, as there's literally dozens
> things I'd like to contribute.
> Now... onto AWG.
> Personally, I'm not sure where this tool fits. It's too newbie for techos,
> too techo for newbies. There are a multitude of other gui config tools
> around for SME customers, and some nifty user tools (like FOP, for
> snacktime wrote:
> > I posted last week that I would get out a release asap, so here it is.
> > Before I start in on putting up an actual website for it I thought I
> > would put out a beta release to get things going.
> > At this point there isn't a name for this project yet, as it's primarily
> > an internal piece of software that we have been developing. For now
> > I'll call it Asterisk web gui (AWG).
> > AWG has a particular focus, which is to provide an easy to use interface
> > for managing and monitoring asterisk, as well as a nice web interface
> > for voicemail users as well. We are trying to make it as easy to
> > install as possible. It plays nice with existing asterisk
> > installations, and it won't overwrite any of your existing asterisk
> > configuration. If you already have ruby installed on your system the
> > setup time should be around 15 minutes. Once you have done one or two
> > installations and know what the steps are, installation on a new system
> > should average 5-10 minutes at the most. We have tested it on Freebsd
> > and Debian. It should work on windows also.
> > AWG is not intended to help you install asterisk and do your basic
> > configuration. There are other software packages that do everything
> > from start to finish such as AMP. AWG is dictatorial software. We will
> > not include features by consensus unless they also fit our vision of
> > what a tool like this should include. That said we want all the
> > feedback we can get, particularly from businesses who are looking at it
> > as a solution they might deploy for their clients. Just realize that it
> > has a particular focus, and that's not going to change.
> > There are also a few features not currently present that are on our todo
> > list to get done asap. A basic interface for viewing CDR records, zap
> > channel configuration, and a page to monitor real time information such
> > as channels, peers, queues, etc..
> > There is a basic online demo at http://188.8.131.52:3000. The
> > administrative login is user admin, password 'changeme'. The user login
> > is username demo, password 'changeme'. At the moment there are not a
> > lot of script templates installed, but the ones that are there will give
> > you an idea of what you can do with the provisioning features. At the
> > moment the demo is running in development mode where the errors are
> > verbose and the code is reloaded for every page, so it's not as fast as
> > you would see in a production environment.
> > The setup guide and distribution file are at
> > http://catalog1.paymentonline.com/~chris
> > You can send any feedback to my directly at chris at paymentonline.com
> > <mailto:chris at paymentonline.com> or on the list.
> > The whole thing is licensed under the BSD license.
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