[asterisk-dev] Time for a bug fix phase?

John Lange john at johnlange.ca
Thu May 29 11:06:19 CDT 2008

On Thu, 2008-05-29 at 08:53 +0100, Grey Man wrote:
> If the CDR coding starts again without coming up with a proper design
> AND getting it agreed to by the couple of Digium employees that have
> veto power on the Asterisk code contributions then it's likely to be a
> wasted effort again.
> The biggest problem here isn't developer resources it's getting a
> design agreed on that will be incorporated into Asterisk. I could code
> up a solution myself but it defeats the purpose if I then need to
> maintain it separately and have to patch every subsequent Asterisk
> release.
> It still seems like a mountain is being made out of a molehill as
> well. Blind and attended transfers are not complex operations and the
> CDRs they generate are pretty simple. They are the two types of calls
> that by all accounts are causing people the most pain. Rather then
> solving 20 esoteric cases why not solve the two simple ones first and
> make 90% or more of the people following the bug happy. To date I
> haven't even seen any comments on the two CDR bug reports on calls for
> cases other then transfers.

I agree, lets just start by fixing the bug that exists and make it work
the way it's supposed to work.

At the moment logging on transfers is just plain broken.

John Lange

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