[asterisk-dev] bounty for ASTERISK-17474 streaming MusicOnHold bug

Luke Hamburg luke at solvent-llc.com
Wed Dec 28 07:43:08 CST 2011

It's been a couple of months now and as some will note, Michael L. Young
(elguero) has generously contributed his time & effort to roll a patch for
this long-standing issue.  The patches have been uploaded for 1.8 and 10.0
(see ASTERISK-17474) and I've personally tested the 1.8 patch on a couple of
systems and they are working well.  I did offer $250 of my own cheddar for
this but I requested some additional support from the community and now that
the patch has been shipped and will be rolled into it's a good time
to revisit since I did not receive any responses last time.


Would anyone else be kind enough to donate any additional amount towards
this patch?  I am sure that the patch is of benefit to a number of you, and
any amount is appreciated!  I've created a PayPal donation box to accept
donations for this cause and will pass 100% of funds over to Michael Young.
The link is:


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On Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 9:30 AM, Luke Hamburg <luke at solvent-llc.com> wrote:

> Hi all-

> So I posted this some months back to asterisk-users but I was told 

> that bounties need to be sent to the -dev list.  I believe this to be 

> a fairly common issue and I am now bumping my original offer up to 

> $250.  I'm trying to get the overall bounty up to the $500 mark with 

> help (hopefully) from a handful of others who I know have been affected

> by this issue.


> Since my original post I've updated my test system to Asterisk 

> 1.8.8-rc2 + DAHDI and fwiw, no change in regards to the bug.  

> Here's the (updated) repost:


> I've had an issue for over a year affecting MOH + DAHDI timers, I 

> reported it at:

> https://issues.asterisk.org/jira/browse/ASTERISK-17474


> Basically the MOH channel goes dead after a 'moh reload' command is 

> issued (these are streaming sources that use mpg123) and will not 

> start back up unless you do a full asterisk stop/start.  The issue 

> hasn't caught anyone's attention yet.  So I thought I'd try to put 

> together a bounty to spark some interest in fixing this issue.  Is 

> anyone else interested in putting up something to get this bug fixed?  

> I'd be willing to put up $250 myself.


> thanks,

> Luke




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