[asterisk-users] Asterisk on Windows

Eric Wieling EWieling at nyigc.com
Wed Dec 4 09:51:35 CST 2013

Asterisk is Open Source, any company can port Asterisk to Windows.    Nobody has.  Personally, I don't want Digium taking valuable and limited development resources to create a Windows port.

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Subject: [asterisk-users] Asterisk on Windows

Digium is 100% lost in the map. If they would come up with a Paid version of Asterisk, one that would use the .NET framework in Windows, something simple to install, they could go public on the product.
Linux has a very steep learning curve. A Windows application that would do exactly the same would be a home run. Note: I am a Linux expert user, but it took me years to get here. And still, moving from regular RHEL 6.0 to Fedora 20 (RHEL 7) is a pain in the neck. The .NET framework and Windows server 2012 are miles away in terms of friendliness and on equal footing on performance. I don´t mean another slow cygwin port, I man a native Asterisk for windows. In fact, I would invest on the project if somebody wants to do it.

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