[asterisk-dev] SOX creates distortion on WAVE to GSM conversion

Darrell Davis davis at noblesys.com
Mon Apr 9 14:10:09 MST 2007

Sadly, it seems that the company condones this behavior, which is the single
reason I spend extra monies to deal with other companies. Lack of customer
centric focus and care.


Darrell Davis

davis at noblesys.com

Director of Technical Engineering

Noble Systems Corporation

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Suite 550

Atlanta GA. 30319

Office    (404) 851-1331 ext 101

Support (888) 9NOBLE9 (888) 966-2539

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[mailto:asterisk-dev-bounces at lists.digium.com] On Behalf Of Nicholas Campion
Sent: Monday, April 09, 2007 4:56 PM
To: Asterisk Developers Mailing List
Subject: Re: [asterisk-dev] SOX creates distortion on WAVE to GSM conversion


I totally agree.  

I would much rather see the posts get ignored.  I've been reading this list
for about 9 months and have seen people get trashed for asking a simple
question.  I understand, we're (you're) developers, but I just don't think
you should address other people like this if you want to be constructive.  

This is one of the more hostile lists I've seen, and frankly, it is
intimidating for people who would want to help with the project.  I would
like to think that this list is a resource for people who would like to help
make the product better.  I realize that off topic posts irritate us all,
but i think a bit more tact is called for when dealing with misplaced posts.
It also reflects poorly on Digium to have their developers trashing people
on their development forum. 

Just ignore the posts or politely reply that this is not the list for
activity.  Enough with trashing these people.


On 4/9/07, abalashov at evaristesys.com <abalashov at evaristesys.com> wrote:

I know the post was off-topic, but I thought the replies to this user were
more than a little bit rude.  Please, guys, take a chill pill, if my
advice counts for anything.

I'm a newcomer to the list myself, but, I still think it's very poor form 
for a list that has a role -- whether intended or not -- as an ambassador
of the open-source VoIP community and industry.

Alex Balashov <sasha at presidium.org> 
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