Adhearsion Survey Results v2

In January, we put together the second round of the Adhearsion Community Survey to gather data on how Adhearsion is being used in the wild, and what factors are important to the people and projects using it. This survey closed on Friday 28th February, and we’ve got the results for you right here in full […]

Putting the Can in CanCan

Continuing work on our favorite Rails authorization library As many of you have read, I am announcing the CanCanCan project, a continuation of the popular Rails gem CanCan. This effort is a collaboration of the CanCan community continuing Ryan Bates’ excellent work to date. This article is intended to serve as the release announcement as […]

Surveying Adhearsion Usage

It’s been approximately 7 months since we last surveyed the Adhearsion community about how and where Adhearsion is being used, and users’ priorities for the project. Since that time, much has changed. Here is a selection of highlights over that time: Major performance enhancements to Adhearsion 2 on Asterisk have been realized The Rayo specification […]

Adhearsion 2.4 is here! FreeSWITCH! Rayo! JRuby! Speed!

This is a big week for the Adhearsion community. We’re announcing a total of three new releases: Adhearsion 2.4.0, Punchblock 2.0.0 (our abstraction layer) and Matrioska 0.1.0 (our in-call apps wrapper). Those are very round numbers, but what do they mean, and why is this exciting? tl;dr So, what will I get from Adhearsion 2.4? […]

Adhearsion Survey Results

A few weeks ago we put together a survey to gather data on how Adhearsion is being used in the wild, and what factors are important to the people and projects using it. This survey closed on Friday 10th May, and we’ve got the results for you right here in full (minus identifying information) to […]