Yes, E-Minus, not T-Minus; they’re different. Anyway, it was but a short three-and-a-half years ago that Asterisk 1.8 was released. Since then, we’ve seen a lot of great things from Asterisk and within the Asterisk community: version numbering changed (again!), WebRTC became a thing (or did it?), ARI is a unique and new way to interact with Asterisk (“hello” app developers), and AstriCon’s finally making its way to Vegas (I’ll be the guy in the Elvis suit).
It’s important to note that because it’s been 3.5 years, Asterisk 1.8 only has 6 months of bug-fix support remaining – that’s … Continued