Not until now, I decided to make public the Nagios Plugins for FreeSWITCH I have been developing. The idea of this plugins is to make easier your life as a system administrator. Everyone knows about Nagios, it really rocks! But Nagios lacks VoIP understanding, therefore I decided to write them.
The first public release is the 0.1.0, in which it has only one plugin that allows you to monitor extension status. I will be adding more plugins as people sponsor them or I need them. Any comment about this project is welcome.
I will create the RPM's and make them available through the OKay RPM repository.
MandrakeLinux (later Mandriva) was my first desktop distribution. After some time, in 2009 I decided to join as a Mandriva contributor. Later with the imminent problem of Mandriva, I continue my Linux contribution in Mageia.
Mageia Linux has some RPM policies/guidelines that not always allow any software to be packaged as RPM. Therefore, I decided to publish this SPEC/SOURCE GIT repository of RPM for Mageia to allow those who still need these RPMs to enjoy it.
I will be providing SPEC files, some patches, and sources. But in the most part of the cases, you will need to download the tarball, build the SRPM and compile in your computer.
I will be posting more SPECs as I am doing them.
Well, this is kind of not a surprise. If you know me, you may know something about my dog Miguel (Mike in English). Taking advantage of my dog' s charisma, I had the idea of making a profit of it. Therefore, I want to introduce to you all this new e-commerce website I have been working on; it is Mike's Gadgets.
This website targets the Canadian market; there are two characteristics about the gadgets offered there:
And of course, they are animal cruelty-free and they will help you to improve your life one way or other. If you are looking for something for yourself or as a gift, take a look. Mike's team will always be adding new items.
If you wonder about how this website has been built, I can tell you it is Joomla with many add-ons. It has direct connection with Canada Post and it takes Paypal or Credit/Debit card.
Since I started on one of my old jobs to work with VoIP, I got 100% sure that VoIP is the cheapest way to communicate. Not only because communication between endpoints is for free, but because calling to the PSTN is cheaper comparing with any telephone company.
I have started this little project called To Call Me. It allows a person like me, like you, to talk by telephone with very low rates. People who use To Call Me service will need to configure their extension (a computer, a hardware IP phone, or a sofphone in a smartphone). After that, you can put any kind of credit to start talking. The service is pre-paid, in other words, pay as you go; you only need to add credit when you need to talk.
In order to make this project to work, I use FusionPBX as the core. But FusionPBX out of the box is not enough. I coded in PHP what I call a session-less sign up page. This way when a user signs up, it will create all the needed infrastructure (dialplan, and more configurations). I did code the Billing for FusionPBX application (I will present that later). Not to mention there is alot of work, specially configuring dialplans and modules for the FreeSWITCH.
About the pricing, I developed an algorithm to suggest a fair price for customers based on your carrier information and how much you want to earn. This way, I still earn money and you still save. For example, if I remember for good, calling to USA48 and Canada it is about 0.0088 USD per minute; this means that you will be able to call almost 2 hours with only 1 USD. Cheap!, isn't it?
If you are looking to save communication costs give a try to my project. If you are looking forward to having your own VoIP company, you can contact me and you can have the same business model as I have.