[asterisk-dev] [Code Review] SIP: Frog

Nick Lewis Nick.Lewis at atltelecom.com
Fri Oct 23 08:43:02 CDT 2009

>Remember that we're trying to build something *new* with SIP. Not  
>duplicate old behaviour, like PSTN and PBX...
>It's friday after all, isn't it? ;-)
>Frog, orange and carpool stays. At least for the next hour.

The trouble is that the users do not care about the wizzy *new*
technology under the hood as long as they get a top of the range pbx for

Not sure about orange or carpool but I like the name frog - this should
definitely be used somewhere in asterisk (as long as freepbx hasn't TMed

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