=== DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT ===
We'd like to thank the following companies for helping fund development of
Pilosoft, Inc. - for supporting ADSI development in Asterisk
Asterlink, Inc. - for supporting broad Asterisk development
GFS - for supporting ALSA development
Telesthetic - for supporting SIP development
Christos Ricudis - for substantial code contributions
nic.at - ENUM support in Asterisk
Paul Bagyenda, Digital Solutions - for initial Voicetronix driver development
=== WISHLIST CONTRIBUTERS ===
Jeremy McNamara - SpeeX support
Nick Seraphin - RDNIS support
Gary - Phonejack ADSI (in progress)
Wasim - Hangup detect
=== HARDWARE DONORS ===
* Thanks to QuickNet Technologies for their donation of an Internet
PhoneJack and Linejack card to the project. (http://www.quicknet.net)
* Thanks to VoipSupply for their donation of Sipura ATAs to the project for
T.38 testing. (http://www.voipsupply.com)
* Thanks to Grandstream for their donation of ATAs to the project for
T.38 testing. (http://www.grandstream.com)
=== MISCELLANEOUS PATCHES ===
Jim Dixon - Zapata Telephony and app_rpt
Russell Bryant - Asterisk 1.0 maintainer and misc. enhancements
Anthony Minessale II - Countless big and small fixes, and relentless forward push
ChanSpy, ForkCDR, ControlPlayback, While/EndWhile, DumpChan, Dictate,
MacroIf, ExecIf, ExecIfTime, RetryDial, MixMonitor applications; many realtime
concepts and implementation pieces, including res_config_odbc; format_slin;
cdr_custom; several features in Dial including L(), G() and enhancements to
M() and D(); several CDR enhancements including CDR variables; attended
transfer; one touch record; native MOH; manager eventmask; command line '-t'
flag to allow recording/voicemail on nfs shares; #exec command and multiline
comments in config files; setvar in iax and sip configs.
James Golovich - Innumerable contributions
You can find him and asterisk-perl at http://asterisk.gnuinter.net
Andre Bierwirth - Extension hints and status
Oliver Daudey - ISDN4Linux fixes
Pauline Middelink - ISDN4Linux patches and some general patches.
She can be found at http://www.polyware.nl/~middelink/En/
Jean-Denis Girard - Various contributions from the South Pacific Islands
William Jordan / Vonage - MySQL enhancements to Voicemail
Jac Kersing - Various fixes
Steven Critchfield - Seek and Trunc functions for playback and recording
Jefferson Noxon - app_lookupcidname, app_db, and various other contributions
Klaus-Peter Junghanns - in-band DTMF on SIP and MGCP
Ross Finlayson - Dynamic RTP payload support
Mahmut Fettahlioglu - Audio recording, music-on-hold changes, alaw file
format, and various fixes. Can be contacted at email@example.com
James Dennis - Cisco SIP compatibility patches to work with SIP service
providers. Can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tilghman Lesher - ast_localtime(); ast_say_date_with_format();
GotoIfTime, Random, SayUnixTime, HasNewVoicemail applications;
CUT, SORT, EVAL, CURL, FIELDQTY, STRFTIME, QUEUEAGENT* functions;
and other innumerable bug fixes. http://asterisk.drunkcoder.com/
Jayson Vantuyl - Manager protocol changes, various other bugs.
Thorsten Lockert - OpenBSD, FreeBSD ports, making MacOS X port run on 10.3,
dialplan include verification, route lookup on OpenBSD, SNMP agent
support (res_snmp), various other bugs. email@example.com
Brian West - ODBC support and Bug Marshaling
Josh Roberson - chan_zap reload support, Advanced Voicemail Features, other misc. patches,
and Bug Marshalling. - firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.asteriasgi.com
William Waites - syslog support, SIP NAT traversal for SIP-UA. email@example.com
Rich Murphey - Porting to FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, and Darwin.
Simon Lockhart - Porting to Solaris (based on work of Logan ???)
Olle E. Johansson - SIP RFC compliance, documentation and testing, testing, testing,
- MiniVM - the small voicemail system, many documentation updates/corrections
and many bug fixes.
Steve Kann - new jitter buffer for IAX2
Constantine Filin - major contributions to the Asterisk Realtime Architecture
Steve Murphy - privacy support, $[ ] parser upgrade, AEL2 parser upgrade
Claude Patry - bug fixes, feature enhancements, and bug marshalling
Miroslav Nachev, firstname.lastname@example.org COSMOS Software Enterprises, Ltd.
- for Variable for No Answer Timeout for Attended Transfer
Slav Klenov & Vanheuverzwijn Joachim - development of the generic jitterbuffer
Securax Ltd. email@example.com
Roy Sigurd Karlsbakk - providing funding for generic jitterbuffer development
firstname.lastname@example.org, Briiz Telecom AS
Voop AS, Nuvio Inc, Inotel S.A and Foniris Telecom A/S - funding for rewrite of SIP transfers
Philippe Sultan - RADIUS CDR module, many fixes to res_jabber and gtalk/jingle channel drivers
John Martin, Aupix - Improved video support in the SIP channel
T.140 text support in RTP/SIP
Steve Underwood - Provided T.38 pass through support.
George Konstantoulakis - Support for Greek in voicemail added by InAccess Networks (work funded by HOL, www.hol.gr) email@example.com
Daniel Nylander - Support for Swedish and Norwegian languages in voicemail. http://www.danielnylander.se/
Stojan Sljivic - An option for maximum number of messsages per mailbox in voicemail. Also an issue with voicemail synchronization has been fixed. GDS Partners www.gdspartners.com . firstname.lastname@example.org
Bartosz Supczinski - Support for Polish added by DIR (www.dir.pl) Bartosz.Supczinski@dir.pl
James Rothenberger - Support for IMAP storage integration added by OneBizTone LLC Work funded by University of Pennsylvania email@example.com
Paul Cadach - Bringing chan_h323 up to date, bug fixes, and more!
Voop AS - Financial support for a lot of work with the SIP driver and the IAX trunk MTU patch
=== OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS ===
John Todd - Monkey sounds and associated teletorture prompt
Michael Jerris - bug marshaling
Leif Madsen, Jared Smith and Jim van Meggelen - the Asterisk book
available under a Creative Commons License at http://www.asteriskdocs.org
Brian M. Clapper - poll.c emulation
This product includes software developed by Brian M. Clapper <firstname.lastname@example.org>
=== HOLD MUSIC ===
Music provided by www.freeplaymusic.com
=== OTHER SOURCE CODE IN ASTERISK ===
Asterisk uses libedit, the lightweight readline replacement from NetBSD.
The cdr_radius module uses libradiusclient-ng, which is also from NetBSD.
They are BSD-licensed and require the following statement:
This product includes software developed by the NetBSD
Foundation, Inc. and its contributors.
Digium did not implement the codecs in Asterisk. Here is the copyright on the
Copyright 1992, 1993, 1994 by Jutta Degener and Carsten Bormann,
Technische Universitaet Berlin
Any use of this software is permitted provided that this notice is not
removed and that neither the authors nor the Technische Universitaet Berlin
are deemed to have made any representations as to the suitability of this
software for any purpose nor are held responsible for any defects of
this software. THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY FOR THIS SOFTWARE.
As a matter of courtesy, the authors request to be informed about uses
this software has found, about bugs in this software, and about any
improvements that may be of general interest.
And the copyright on the ADPCM source:
Copyright 1992 by Stichting Mathematisch Centrum, Amsterdam, The
All Rights Reserved
Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software and its
documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted,
provided that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that
both that copyright notice and this permission notice appear in
supporting documentation, and that the names of Stichting Mathematisch
Centrum or CWI not be used in advertising or publicity pertaining to
distribution of the software without specific, written prior permission.
STICHTING MATHEMATISCH CENTRUM DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO
THIS SOFTWARE, INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS, IN NO EVENT SHALL STICHTING MATHEMATISCH CENTRUM BE LIABLE
FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES
WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN
ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT
OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE.