[asterisk-users] How long will Asterisk 1.4.x supported/maintained
tilghman at mail.jeffandtilghman.com
Fri Nov 21 11:58:36 CST 2008
On Friday 21 November 2008 09:42:12 Matt Florell wrote:
> On 11/20/08, Steve Totaro <stotaro at totarotechnologies.com> wrote:
> > You also have
> > people like Matt Florell who have continued to add functionality to
> > 1.2 but since Digium won't take them, or the dev doesn't want to sign
> > over their first born, they are hard to come by but certainly out
> > there.
> We really just maintain a set of patches for 1.2 (just updated
> waitforsilence a couple weeks ago in fact) and we regularly install
> 184.108.40.206 in call center setups. It is rock solid and extremely proven
> in high-call-volume situations.
> We have started installing 220.127.116.11 on some systems that are not high
> load as well (1.4.22 has some strange issues with it we have noticed)
> because we do have clients requesting to use 1.4 for some of the nicer
> PBX functionality that it has as well as better SIP support.
> We test 1.6 periodically and we are very much looking forward to some
> of the great new features of it, but it crashes very quickly when
> trying to use it in call center situations. just keep in mind that in
> my opinion the 1.4 tree did not become usable until 1.4.18 when most
> of the major bugs were finally fixed.
Are you reporting these crashes in 1.6? I'd like to know where they are, so
we can track them down and fix them.
More information about the asterisk-users