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Introducing Incredible PBX 11-12 with Incredible GUI for the Ubuntu 14 Platform

Introducing Incredible PBX 11-12 with Incredible GUI for the Ubuntu 14 Platform

Monday, June 1, 2015

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On May 15, we turned the page on Asterisk® GUIs by introducing a new GUI that hopefully provides the best of both worlds. It preserves the GPL components of the FreePBX® product that many of us have nurtured for almost a decade while removing the commercial pieces that have introduced some friction into the equation for users and companies that simply wished to deploy or redistribute a graphical user interface for Asterisk in accordance with the free GPL licenses under… Read More ›

Freedom and the FreePBX Cloud: Is an Apple-like Ecosystem GPL-Compliant?

Freedom and the FreePBX Cloud: Is an Apple-like Ecosystem GPL-Compliant?

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

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Short Answer: No way, José!     Right Answer: Sangoma should fix it.     Our Answer: New GPL Repo fixes it… today! We began our series on FreePBX® by providing a GPL-compliant alternative to the base design of the FreePBX GUI minus the elements which have made redistribution and/or code modification difficult despite the clear language of the product’s GPL licenses. In our last article, we introduced new turnkey versions of Incredible PBX for CentOS featuring your choice of the 2.11 or 12.0 Incredible PBX… Read More ›