Leif Madsen has posted a link about the first draft of the new Asterisk book being completed.
Excerpt from his post:
Today we marked the finishing of Asterisk: The Definitive Guide (3rd Edition) by sending the first draft off to the O’Reilly production team. We finished nearly on schedule (within a few days, which is remarkable considering we added 150 more pages than originally intentioned) and have our favourite copy editor Rachel Head (formerly Wheeler) who did the first edition of Asterisk: The Future of Telephony who we emphatically enjoyed working with. We’re looking forward to it again.
- October 22, 2005: IAX2 added to draft ietf doc
- October 21, 2010: Asterisk: The Definitive Guide book available for pre order and public review
- January 11, 2011: Asterisk: The Definitive Guide -- Call For Reviewers
- April 27, 2011: Request for Reviews for Asterisk: The Definitive Guide
- November 1, 2004: Asterisk-Users: Embedded Asterisk Paper Complete
- May 25, 2005: OT: recover complete AES keys
- August 29, 2006: Nerd Vittles: Complete Podcast Studio for Everyman: Your Telephone
- March 19, 2010: Testers Needed Issue 16965 DBGet response does not end with a Complete event
- December 11, 2004: Asterisk-Users: Voicemail User Reference Guide
- February 6, 2005: Voip-info.org: Free downloadable guide on how to switch to VoIP
- February 10, 2005: VoIP guide for business people
- April 1, 2005: Setting Up @Home 0.8 Guide
- December 16, 2005: Nerd Vittles: Newbies Guide to Asterisk at Home 2.2