AppKonference , a high-performance Asterisk conferencing module, is a fork of AppConference focused on voice.

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  • Appkonference works perfect.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • Good Conference Module, but i had to adjust it to fit my needings - i added some code to give this module much more high performance for my needings. So if i do konference list <confNo>, i got some additional Cols in the listing, like "CallerName" and "CallerId". This prevent to call "core show channel" for each caller on the list.

  • Very powerful and easy to integrate application for asterisk developers.

  • Good work... tested the 2.0.1 with asterisk-1.6.2 and the patch for 1.6 and all worked cool

  • Works fine. By the way, will develop conference management?

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Telecommunications Industry, System Administrators

User Interface

Web-based, Console/Terminal, Plugins

Programming Language

Perl, C, PHP

Registered

2009-03-02