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asterisk PBX sound files - US English

Asterisk is an Open Source PBX and telephony toolkit. It is, in a sense, middleware between Internet and telephony channels on the bottom, and Internet and telephony applications at the top.

Asterisk includes a set of standard sound files in various formats. The core part of that collection in US English, by voice actress Allison Smith, is contained in various encodings in packages asterisk-core-sounds-en-*; this package registers these through the alternatives system to provide the default "en" (English) and "en_US" (USA English) sounds.

Package version:1.4.22-1


For more details on handling the sound files, see README.Debian of the
Asterisk package (/usr/share/doc/asterisk/README.Debian.gz).

Note that the alternatives (asterisk-prompt-*) are provided by the -gsm
variants, and therefore those must be installed.


asterisk-core-sounds (1.4.22-1) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Lionel Elie Mamane ]
  * Allow any format (not only gsm) to install alternative for language
  * Add myself to Uploaders

  [ Tzafrir Cohen ]
  * New upstream release.
  * Switched to a multiple source-tarball.
    - svn-buildpackage requires patch from .
  * Use a dep5 copyrights file.
  * Added russian sound


Changes since 1.4.0:

    * Added prompts for multiple entry directory support.
    * Added missing prompts for queue and voicemail applications.
    * Added many new punctuation prompts.
    * Added prompts for app_followme.
    * Trimmed silence from all files.
    * Added missing prompt 'es/vm-youhaveno'.
    * Added additional channel name prompts for ChanSpy.
    * Added additional prompts fo


Upstream-Name: asterisk-co

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